Motorists Start the Week with Sinkhole Across Tel Aviv’s Major Highway

It was a miracle this happened on Shabbat when traffic in Israel is relatively tame.

See Azerbaijan through the Eyes of an Israeli Photographer

Zislin received an honorable mention at the International Photography Awards 2020 contest in Fine art, Landscapes and Architecture, and Cityscapes.

KKL-JNF Releases Old Maccabiah Images to Celebrate the 2022 Games

The Maccabiah Games were proposed by Yosef Yekutieli in 1929 at the Maccabi World Congress.

Bennett’s Neighbors’ Sigh of Relief: The Nightmare Is Over

175 participants of the Ra’anana Facebook forum attacked the user viciously.

Shrouded in Mystery and Conspiracy Theories, Search for Moishi Kleinerman Nearing Day 100

Earlier on Wednesday, a detainee was brought before the Jerusalem court for a remand to allow police to continue questioning him.

KKL-JNF Releases Images of Past IDF Independence Day Parades

The first IDF parade took place during the 1948 War of Independence, on July 27, 1948, on Allenby and Ben Yehuda Streets in Tel Aviv.

Arabs Believe in Power of Chametz, Office Supplies: Spread Breadcrumbs, Thumbtacks on Temple Mount

This June we’ll mark 55 years since General Motta Gur hollered: “The Temple Mount is in our hands!” – only to recognize that it really isn’t.

KKL-JNF Celebrates International Forestry Day at Dubai Expo

On the occasion of International Forestry Day, the Jewish National Fund revealed these rare historic images.

Purim 5782 in Israel: War, Plagues, Somebody Call Batgirl

So, without any ado at all, here is this year's selection.

Israelis Rescue Gazan Student in Moldova

Rolene Marks, who’s probably been to this rodeo before, tweeted the ambassador knowingly: “I am sure we will hear that from the anti-Israel crowd any minute.”

Sovereignty Where It Counts: A Bris in Homesh

The name given to the newborn is Sinai Ahiad.

Jerusalem Is Extra Beautiful on Morning After Snow Storm

The good people of Jerusalem woke up Thursday morning to a snowy, white city.

KKL-JNF Opens Its Archive to Honor the Lives of Holocaust Victims

The photos include scenes of memorial services, work projects, families, artifacts, and more from the early years of the State of Israel.

Winter in Israel, for Real

If you close your eyes you'd think you're in Canada.

Images of Today’s Flight Test of the Arrow 3 Weapon System

Later in the day, we received these images from the launch from Israel's Defense Ministry. Enjoy.

MDA Receives 194 Blood Units, 144 Hair Braids, on ‘Double Donation Day’

"The Israeli people, time after time, open their hearts, acting for the wellbeing of society,"

First Night of Hanukkah Finds Menorahs Lighting Up Across Israel

Hanukkah menorahs were glowing across the nation, even in the tiniest corners.

UN Declares Eilat’s Birding Center One of Most Important Global Biodiversity Projects

"They are encouraged to love and conserve birds, in their gardens or at work, now and forever."

IDF Special Forces Run 4 Ari in Jerusalem Marathon

Some sixty soldiers in a special forces unit ran in Ari's memory in the Jerusalem Marathon.

Those Wonderful Folks in their Amazing Flying Machines: Israel’s Multi-Air Force Exercise ‘Blue Flag’

More than 1,500 people from 8 different countries gathered to spend two weeks together as part of the international exercise Blue Flag.

The Rachmastrivker Rebbe’s Kiddush Levana

Just as the moon illuminates the night's darkness, so do the people of Israel illuminate the brutish and dark humanity with the light of God.

Lost Tribe of Bnei Menashe Celebrates Sukkot in Northeastern India

The Bnei Menashe, or sons of Manasseh, claim descent from one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.

Ushering Out 5781: Elul Selichot Begin at the Kotel

Some time between the decline of the Jewish center in Eretz Israel and the early Medieval era we started saying Selichot as part of our annual cycle of prayers.

Cormorant Visitor Arrives on Zion’s Shores, Will Appreciate Fish

This cormorant has been spotted only twice before in the Holy Land.

Evyatar: The Handover

Residents of Evyatar are keep up their end of the deal with the government and are packing up to leave, to hand over the keys to the town to the IDF.

First Lappet-Faced Vulture in 30 Years Spotted in the Negev

Watch the Azaniyat Ha'Negev scaring the daylights out of a poor ostrich.

Prevented a Year Ago by Corona, Priestly Blessing Returns to the Kotel

The idea for a mass ceremony of the Birkat Cohanim at the Western Wall was initiated by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Geffner in the summer of 1970.

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