PA Sticks with Tradition of Missing Opportunities in Bahrain Economic Conference

Naturally, the PA's "the moon or nothing" approach continues the catastrophic Arab tradition that began with the wholesale rejection of the 1947 partition plan.

Hebrew University’s International Graduate Professor Spouts Anti-Israel Rhetoric

Panteleimon Papadopoulos, a foreign student from Greece who was enrolled in the course, told Im Tirtzu that Golan "created a hostile image of this country which does not correspond to reality."

Romania ‘Remains Committed to Relocating Embassy to Jerusalem’

“I stand behind what I said in the past. There is no change in policy,” said Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă.

Jerusalem Marks One Year Since US Embassy Move From Tel Aviv

"Jerusalem is the only fitting location for embassies in the state of Israel."

Israel Celebrates First-Year Anniversary of US Embassy Move to Jerusalem

"Israel has one secret weapon that not too many countries have: Israel is on the side of God, and we don’t underestimate that.”

Nefesh B’Nefesh Fair to Introduce Olim to Housing Market

The Olim will have an opportunity to hear from experts on a wide range of topics concerning purchasing a home, understanding mortgages, and choosing the right community.

Indulging Netanyahu, High Court Postpones Khan al-Ahmar Squatters’ Eviction Yet Again

Whomever controls Khan al-Ahmar controls the future of a Palestinian State, since the illegal outpost is located smack in the narrowest part of Judea and Samaria.

President Rivlin Awards 120 Outstanding Soldiers on Israel’s 71st Independence Day

The morning began with a flyover in honor of the outstanding soldiers, who represent all branches of the IDF.

Pro-Bibi Newspaper Leaks Suspiciously Campy Version of Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’

Suspecting that this is nothing more than a fabrication, released by someone in Israel to test public reaction, we're offering a translation of the document, and, hey, you be the judge.

It’s Official: No More US Embassy Waivers, Ambassador’s Residence Established in Jerusalem

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo released a statement on Wednesday declaring the relevant elements of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 have been addressed, and therefore the President need no longer sign the waiver to prevent funding restrictions.

Yom Hazikaron Service in Jerusalem: ‘We are Here in the East, but our Heart...

The ceremony paid special tribute to the victims of the synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh in October 2018 and Poway in April 2019.

Israel Marks Remembrance Day at Jerusalem’s Western Wall

The number of fallen IDF soldiers stands at 23,741 since the birth of the state. Some 3,150 civilians have lost their lives in terror attacks.

Israel Wishes Muslim World a Ramadan Kareem

Jerusalem has undertaken a special project to prepare the city for the special religious events and celebrations.

Christian Friends of Zion Museum Honors US Fight Against Anti-Semitism

Friends of Zion recently surpassed 60 million members on social media, making it one of the largest pro-Israel sites in the world.

11 German Christians Return to Jerusalem Replica of Gold Menorah Stolen by Romans

On the 70th year of the founding of the state of Israel – we want to bring a precious replica of the stolen Menorah back to Jerusalem. Off by one year, but who's counting.

Court Sends Ori Ansbacher’s Murderer to Psychiatric Evaluation

"That murder was the best and most important thing I have ever done," Irafaiya told his interrogators.

In Solidarity, French Tricolour Light Up Jerusalem’s Notre Dame

The disaster struck a chord in the hearts of people around the world, including in Israel and its capital.

Israeli Scientist Reveals First Temple Period Eggs Differ Little Than Today’s Fare On the...

Chicken eggs from the City of David are, as of now, the earliest archaeological find from the Near East.

Jerusalem Arabs Attack Israeli Border Guard Police

The terrorists hurled flaming Molotov cocktails (firebombs) and live fireworks at the police officers.

Come and Sift It – Temple Mount Sifting Project Resuming Activity This Summer

The project enables volunteers to take an active role in the salvage of artifacts buried in the soil.

Recalcitrant Husband ‘Persuaded’ to Give Wife Jewish Divorce in Jerusalem

With the help of the Jerusalem Police Department, the husband was apprehended and placed in detention . . .[then] brought before the rabbinical court.

On Holiday’s Eve, Western Wall Stones Inspected for Stability, Notes to God Removed

A greater than normal amount of stone and plaster particles were removed from between the stones during this inspection.

Seal Bearing Name of King Josiah’s Court Official Uncovered in City of David

The name Nathan-Melech appears once in the Bible, in the second book of Kings 23:11, where he is described as an official in the court of King Josiah, who took part in the religious reform that the king was implementing.

Old City Jerusalem Now Largest Accessible Historic Site in World

The newly inaugurated, 10-year, 20 million shekel (about $5.5 million) project led by the East Jerusalem Development Company has delivered accessibility to all three of the city’s holy sites—the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.

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