Cover Up on Live TV as Islamic Jihad Rocket Hits Civilian Area

The reporter didn't want to get in trouble with Islamic Jihad for exposing that once again IJ hit their own people.

Eichah in the Old City of Jerusalem

Tisha B'Av Eichah reading at the Cotton Gate in Old City of Jerusalem.

Uncovering the Ashes of First Temple Period Jerusalem

First Temple remains discovered in the Givati parking lot.

Ze’ev Jabotinsky on Israel and the Two Banks of the Jordan River (in Yiddish)

On the anniversary of his death, here is part of a video by Ze'ev Jabotinsky as he talks about the Land of Israel on both sides of the Jordan river.

Wonder What Safed (Tzfat) is Like? Take a Look. . .

Tzfat has for millennia drawn the attention of those with a spiritual bent.

How Is 17 Tammuz Relevant Today

Is the 17th of Tammuz just the Israelites’ bad luck day, or is there a common theme that runs throughout the events of this day?

WATCH: Israel Presents New Multi-Tiered Aerial Defense System

The video was produced by multiple partners led by the Defense Ministry's Missile Defense Organization (IMDO).

17 Healed Sea Turtles Go Back into the Mediterranean

80% of these turtles were diagnosed as suffering from blast injuries.

Hebron: An Animated Short History

For believers from all over the world, the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs is a spiritual and historical center and a place where one can connect to the path and faith of the forefather Abraham.

PM Lapid’s 4th of July Message to the American People

Prime Minister Yair Lapid's video message to the United States on America's Independence Day.

Watch: Technion Receives First Research MRI in Northern Israel

A Siemens research MRI machine was installed at the Technion on June 26.

Nafshi Yeshovev

Jeremy Gimpel brings us his latest cowboy on the range music video from the Ibei Hanachal farm in Gush Etzion.

Ben-Gvir Can’t Sleep

Itamar can't sleep, until he finds what to count...

Bill Maher Defends Israel

Bill Maher takes on Nicholas Kristof and defends Israel.

The Broad Wall

Some 2,700 years ago, King Sennacherib of Assyria begins his conquest of the Kingdom of Judah. King Hezekiah, direct descendant of King David, begins his preparations for the defense of the capital city of Judah, Jerusalem, including building a massive wall around the expanses of the city.

Harvard Student Condemns Anti-Americanism in Senior Speech

This is the senior speech that Julie Hartman (Harvard ‘22) delivered in Harvard’s Memorial Chapel on May 3, 2022.

What West Bank?

The whole truth about the term the "West Bank" - the mistaken anti-Zionist narrative which developed concerning the heritage of our ancestors, Judea and Samaria.

A Tale of Two Women – Shavuot

Rabbi Sacks talked about the similarities between Ruth and Tamar, and what we can learn from their experiences about our identity as a Jewish people.

The Watermelon Harvest

Now this is how to harvest watermelons!

Watch: Temple Mount Liberation in 2 Minutes

At 10:00 AM, Mota Gur announced on the radio network the famous sentence: "The Temple Mount is in our hands."

55 Years Ago – The Building of a Jerusalem Yeshiva

One man declared: "G-d gave us the Old City, the Kotel, the Shechina, the Makom Hamikdash in our hands, what can we give to Him? We are going to make this into a Makom Torah."

The Untold Story of Judea

This is the story of how my family, my wife and six children, sold our home and our possessions to settle the most strategic area at the edge of Jewish settlement in Judea

Noa Tishby on the Double Standard

Noa Tishby talks about the double-standard surrounding the death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

WATCH: Chabad Lag B’Omer Parade in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Thousands of children joined the parade, marching to a grand Tzivos Hashem rally.

Parks Inspectors Rescue 5 Migratory Birds of Prey from Wastewater Treatment Plant

After being rescued from the foul-smelling pools, the inspectors transferred the birds to the nearby Yotveta Nature Reserve.

Stormy Weather Tears Up Teveria

With the Kinneret near maximum capacity, the unexpectedly stormy weather overnight ripped up the Tiberias promenade.


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