Ari Fuld Project Announces Recipients of the 1st Ari Fuld Lion of Zion Prize

The prize is awarded to activists who have dedicated themselves to building Eretz Yisrael and defending the Jewish people.

United Hatzalah Delegation in Puerto Rico Offering Psychological, Medical Aid in Wake of Hurricane...

The Israeli volunteers have left their loved ones knowing they would be missing Rosh Hashanah at home.

Rashida Tlaib: You Can’t Be Progressive and Support Israeli Apartheid

Much of the failure of Democrats to hold on to the House is attributed to the shenanigans of the Squad.

‘Shofar in the Park’ Back for Rosh Hashana

"We give every member of our community the opportunity to experience Rosh Hashana."

Tel Aviv Municipality Bans Slaughtering Chickens ON Yom Kippur

The folks at city hall have either never been to a kapparot service, or a Yom Kippur service, or neither.

Study Reveals Evidence Eretz Israel Was World’s Earliest Opium Den

Opium residue was found in pottery vessels excavated at Tel Yehud, dating back to the 14th century BCE.

TAU Study Exposes Facebook’s Negative Impact on College Students’ Mental Health

According to the findings, there was a rise in the number of students reporting severe depression and anxiety.

Pharaoh Rameses II Era Burial Cave Found in Palmahim National Park

Once it had been discovered, the burial cave was disturbed by looters who stole some vessels.

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.

Minister Michaeli Lets Municipalities Potentially Run Public Transportation on Shabbat

As a political move, fifty-some days ahead of a national election, it’s a dynamite move.

Manhattan DA Returns 69 C.E. Silver Quarter Shekel Stolen by PA Arabs

"The Palestinians are working at the UN to hide the history of our people and erase our connection to the Land of Israel."

Forget Falafel Wars, the Latest Battle Is over Vorschmack

According to Jake Marmer, Forshmak is probably the most authentically Jewish herring recipe.

Israeli Officials Push Back US Meddling with IDF’s Rules of Engagement

Nafftali Bennett: The IDF’s rules of engagement “will be determined by the IDF commanders, independent of any pressure – internal or external.”

Intelligence Operation Retrieves Rare First Temple-Era Papyrus from Montana

A small sample of the papyrus was radiometrically dated in the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot, to confirm that the document was genuine.

First-Temple Period Decorated Ivories Found in City of David

The ivories will be on display next Tuesday, September 13, at the 23rd Conference of the City of David Studies of Ancient Jerusalem.

Long Haired, Straight IDF Recruit Demands: Treat Me Like a Female Soldier

Can a straight male soldier rely on the IDF's women's rights unit to protect his hair-length rights?

I Took a First Aid Course and Saved my Sister’s Life

They said that if I hadn’t been home or hadn’t known what to do in this life-threatening situation, Miriam wouldn’t be with us anymore.

Liberman’s Agriculture Minister Wants More Pig Slaughterhouses

Agriculture Minister Oded Forer from Avigdor Liberman’s Israel Beitenu is working on removing the restrictions on the slaughter of pigs in Israel, to allow...

Watch: First Selichot Night by the Kotel

In the Sephardic tradition, the recital of the Selichot prayers in preparation for the High Holidays begins on the second day of the month of Elul.

Report: 40 Thousand Israelis Expected to Return from Abroad Today

Sunday’s “unusual” delays were caused by the ground crews’ slowdown in protest of being supervised and ticketed.

Israel’s Arabic Public Channel Predicts Even Lower Voter Turnout

Had Arab voters hit the polls with their full potential power, we could end up with a Knesset made up of between 23 and 25 Arab MKs.

Ukrainian Hasidim Train in Israel to Become EMTs in Uman

All the new EMTs hope to return to Uman soon and assist in the region.

President Herzog to Visit Basel on 125th Anniversary of First Zionist Congress

The event will begin in the Stadt casino Hall in Basel, the place where the First Zionist Congress hosted the first 208 delegates.

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.

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