Rachelle Fraenkel: Hamas Sought to Curse Israel But Blessed Us Instead

“In a problematic situation, when it is possible to be so critical, it is important to find the good, to connect with it, to love it, to increase it and then let it grow and look at reality,” Fraenkel said.

2nd Lieut. Becky’s Family Came from Canada for Reunion at President Rivlin’s Residence

Becky concluded the meeting with a bashful smile, thanking her commanders in Hebrew for helping her to reach this point and to the president for hosting her and her family.

Vatican Warns Jews, Americans, Against Liberating Biblical Lands

The dire need for Israeli sovereignty has nothing to do with the two-state solution, but with the safety of an estimated 3,000 Jewish homes which are once again in jeopardy.

Liberman: Netanyahu Conning Everyone, Has No Intention of Applying Sovereignty

"We knew in advance that this man can finagle all of us. He invented a cosmic trick – how to swindle everyone all the time."

Bibi Taunts Gantz in Meeting with US Envoy: Iran Can’t Wait Until We Fix...

Having stabbed his colleague on the left, Netanyahu turned to welcome his guest properly.

Archaeological Evidence Confirms Jerusalem’s Restoration Under Ezra and Nehemiah

Despite the city's dire situation after the destruction, efforts were made to restore the administrative authorities to normal.

Netanyahu Mourns Brother Yoni, Hero of 1976 Entebbe Operation

The family believes that Yoni was killed by the German who commanded the Entebbe hijackers.

‘Blood’ Fountains in Petah Tikva’s Trump Square

It was a protest exhibit against the coming application of Israeli law in the Jewish settlements of Judea and Samaria.

Israel Suspends Broadcasting License for Shelanu TV (God TV) Over Christian Proselytizing to Jews

“A channel which seeks to address the Jewish people who dwell in Israel [and present it with] the gospels of Jesus will never be broadcast on HOT."

State Dept.: Israel Among Top Global Fighters Against Human Trafficking

The State Dept. has removed Saudi Arabia from its list of the worst offenders on human trafficking.

Israeli Defense Ministry, Aerospace Industries Develop First 3D-Printed UAV

The UAV, dubbed “SkysPrinter,” is a small system designed to take part in combat operations.

1967 Jordanian Ammo Stash Discovered at the Kotel

The IAA directors of the excavation reported finding “about ten full magazines of a Bren light machine gun, full clip chargers, and two bayonets for a British Lee Enfield rifle."

Kiryat Arba Shuts Down Public Pool After High Court Forces Mixed Swimming

In 2018, following a similar court injunction, the Kiryat Arba pool offered "family hours" with mixed swimming. But the move led to many local residents canceling their memberships.

IDF Intelligence: Coronavirus Morbidity in Haredi Communities Much Higher than the Rest of the...

Restrictions on movement have been enforced as of Wednesday morning in Elad and in several neighborhoods in T'veria.

Hadassah Hospital First with Tested COVID-19 Vaccine

Two months ago, Hadassah Medical Center started collecting plasma rich with antibodies from recovered Coronavirus patients, with the aim of producing a treatment for severely ill patients.

Gantz: ‘What We Do Either Way Will Have Consequences’

“We won’t continue to wait for the Palestinians. If they say ‘no’ forever to everything we’ll be forced to move ahead without them.”

Nefesh B’Nefesh Signs 14 Summer Group Flights with EL AL

The announcement comes in the wake of an unprecedented increase in Aliyah interest from North American Jews.

How Carmel Cave Rodent Changed Scientists’ Understanding of Human Evolution

The research reveals that the migration from Africa occurred during a period of a global ice age and supports the belief that the adaptations that made humanity the dominant species on Earth appeared early on in our evolution.

Herd of Eretz Israel Gazelles at Midreshet Ben-Gurion

These gazelles can reach running speeds of up to 50 mph.

And Now for Something Completely Different: Meet the Hilltop Girls

It's up to them to sacrifice in order to demonstrate a Jewish presence in the territories where Israel would one day apply its sovereignty.

Jewish Think Tank: This Is Not the Time to Call Out BLM on their...

Engaging with and on Israel and fighting for racial justice are not mutually exclusive, and there is no need to choose between them.

Revealed: United Hatzalah EMTs Also Do Babysitting

A pair of United Hatzalah EMT volunteers last Thursday ended up providing babysitting services to a 3-month-old infant whose mother was off to hospital with her other child.

Shas Dumps Ethiopian MK over Misogynistic, Racist Quotes

Like other non-Ashkenazi preachers in Israel, Rabbi Gazahi provokes intense reactions from secular Jews.

Knesset Passes ‘Norwegian Law’ to Help Ministers-Rich Blue&White Party Add MKs

The new law is a double edged sward for Gantz, seeing as close to half of his original slate is currently in the opposition, under MK Yair Lapid's leadership.

Meet Bedouin Super Woman Asmahan Abu Yeheya: 6 Kids, 2 Jobs, 16 Years as...

In recent months, Asmahan has taken an active part in the forefront of the battle against the coronavirus.

Israel’s Education Ministry (Finally) Announces When 2019/20 Ends

Minister Galant also warned that "if the teachers' union persists in its resistance to the plan, steps will be taken to enforce the decision – we will use the tools at our disposal."

International Blood Donation Day: One family – 600 Units of Blood

"I started donating regularly when I was told about a baby who needed urgent blood donation. "

Presidential Residence Cleansed following Coronavirus Scare

Cleaning was carried out in all offices at Beit HaNasi, including bathrooms and kitchens.


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