Ancient Roof Tiles Associated with King Antiochus’s Rule Discovered in City of David

During a military expedition to Jerusalem in 168 BCE, Antiochus IV erected the Acra fortress either on or just outside the Temple Mount.

Minister Cameron: Winston Churchill Who Fought Hitlerism Had No Illusions about Islam

Churchill witnessed a fervent zeal in the Muslims' approach to warfare.

IDF Chief Halevi Proclaims Full Readiness, Mourns Predecessor Blamed for Yom Kippur War Losses

Halevi himself has been imprisoned by a destructive conception of his own making.

The High Court Rejected in 1948 Israel’s Declaration of Independence as Constitution

Several Supreme Court justices attempted to use the May 1948 Declaration of Independence as the instrument with which they could strike basic laws.

Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo Reopens after Significant Restoration

The current building dates to the late 19th century, though the synagogue’s origins trace all the way back to Maimonides and the Middle Ages.

More Insanity, UNESCO Prepares to Label Biblical Jericho Sites as ‘Palestinian’

Among the Jewish heritage sites near biblical Jericho are the Hasmonean Winter Palaces, King Herod’s Third Palace, a Byzantine-era synagogue dating back to the 6th or 7th Century CE, ritual baths, and nearby burial caves used by priests of the Second Temple.

Poland to Celebrate New Holiday on September 10: National Day of Polish Children of...

In December 1942, a camp for Polish children and youth was established in a separate area within the confines of the Lodz ghetto.

Tel Aviv Light Rail to Start Service August 18 after 100 Years’ Interruption

The NTA has been accused of management waste that allegedly included lots of partying.

1700 Israelis Gather to Hear the Book of Lamentations on Mt. Herod

Herodion is an ancient Jewish fortress and town, the only site named after King Herod the Great.

‘Bella!’ a Documentary about the Life of New York’s Feisty Jewish Congresswoman Opens in...

In 1970, Bella Abzug won her Congressional seat with the catchy slogan, "This woman's place is in the House—the House of Representatives,"

Ahead of Jabotinsky Day, Young Israelis Unfamiliar with Ze’ev Jabotinsky and Revisionist Movement

This July 18th marks 100 years since Ze'ev Jabotinsky's formative essay "The Iron Wall",

Discovered: Ruins of Munich Synagogue Destroyed by the Nazis

Among the items found was a stone tablet containing a portion of the Ten Commandments.

When Lincoln Borrowed a Philadelphia Rabbi’s Tammuz 17 Reference for the Gettysburg Address

In 1863, the day of Shabbat, July 4, Independence Day, fell on the first day of the three weeks, Tammuz 17, but because it was Shabbat, as is the case this year, 2019, the fast was pushed off to Sunday.

Jenin, Jenin

Leaving aside the 57-year-long dispute over the liberated-occupied territories, what is the origin of the name Jenin?

Haifa U Study Identifies Large Scarlet Production Center that Likely Supplied Solomon’s Sanctuary

Tel Shiqmona is the Largest known factory producing purple dye in the Iron Age.

Turkish Authorities Recover 1,100-Year-Old Tanach from Smugglers

A photo from the 28-page, Hebrew manuscript shows the end of the book of Joshua and the beginning of Judges.

Survey: PA Arabs Blame Everybody for the Nakba Except PA Arabs

“About two-thirds of the respondents do not fear a repeat of the Nakba."

Emulating Anti-Zionist Academia, Im Tirtzu Busts Talk by Jewish American Scholar

Right or wrong, Im Tirtzu imitated all the nasty things the left has been doing to us.

Regavim Report Shows There Never Were Pre-1948 Bedouin Villages

"The ‘historical villages’ narrative has been proven to be a fake and a lie."

New Tower of David Museum Reopening Thursday after 3-Year Construction

“No other museum can tell Jerusalem’s story in such a distinctive setting, within the citadel that has witnessed so many events in the city's past."

Henry ‘We Saved You in 1973’ Kissinger Turns 100

Israeli historian Dr. Uri Milstein says the 1973 war was the result of a secret plot involving Moshe Dayan, Kissinger, and Sadat.

Bar Kochba Era Sarcophagi Uncovered in Vandalized Galilee Cave

Damaging antiquities is a criminal offense in Israel, punishable by five years in prison.

Yehoram Gaon Releases ‘With Each Rolling Stone’ Honoring Jerusalem Day

"I have not found a greater love than this for the eternal city, humbly wishing to be a stone of the wall."

2,000-Year-Old Receipt Uncovered in the City of David

The researchers believe "the everyday life of the inhabitants of Jerusalem who resided here 2,000 years ago is expressed in this simple object."

Jerusalem Picks 2 Right-Wing Hosts for Ceremony Marking 56th Anniversary of Reunification

Channel 14 is benefiting from the realization among Israeli viewers that they no longer have to be exposed to hostile messages from the media elites.

Shipwrecked 1,800 Years Ago, Enormous Cargo of Marble Artifacts Uncovered North of Netanya

The ship was wrecked in a storm in the shallow waters, and dropped anchor in a desperate effort to prevent the ship from grounding.

Ateret Cohanim Promoting New Neighborhood on Pre-1948 Jewish Land in Eastern Jerusalem

The lands of the Kidmat Zion neighborhood were purchased on September 16, 1925, by Haredi Jews.

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