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2,700-Year-Old Private Lavatory Discovered in Jerusalem

It's fascinating to see how something that's obvious to us today, such as toilets, was a luxury item during the reign of the kings of Judah."

Jerusalem Deputy Mayor, Daughter of Gibraltar’s Mayor, Running to Lead the Jewish Agency

Fleur Hassan-Nahoum was criticized in 2019 for attending an event of the far-left Israeli group Emek Shaveh.

Watch: Priestly Blessing at the Kotel, Sukkot 5782

Attendance is possible for the entire public from around the country without a green tag.

HU’s Largest ‘Lazy Eye’ Study Reveals Olim, Haredi Men at Greatest Risk

Socio-demographic disparities in amblyopia prevalence among 1.5 million adolescents.

Woman Saved from Near-Fatal Allergic Reaction to Pomegranates and Honey on Rosh Hashanah

Pnina and Shimon arrived within three minutes of when they had received the emergency alert.

Second Temple Period Quarry Uncovered in Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s ancient quarries were the main source of building stones for monumental construction projects in the city, such as the Temple Mount.

Lapid Says Eastern Jerusalem US Consulate Is ‘Bad Idea’ – How Soon Will He...

"The State of Israel already is in a political process with the Palestinians. For now, it's being conducted behind closed doors, which is suspicious in itself."

Jerusalem Chief Rabbi Vindicates Shmita Land Sale Permits, Contradicting Religious Zionist Rabbis

Both methods were devised as legal fictions to go around the literal wording of the mitzvah of shmita.

Dani Dayan’s Daughter Sings Hatikvah (Quietly) on Temple Mount

"Singing the national anthem on the Temple Mount is a right, some would say a duty, for the citizens of Israel."

Historic Agreement: Hebrew U of Jerusalem and Morocco’s Mohammed VI Polytechnic U

Both universities are committed to “innovation on a global scale” and will collaborate on areas of mutual interest.

Ushering Out 5781: Elul Selichot Begin at the Kotel

Some time between the decline of the Jewish center in Eretz Israel and the early Medieval era we started saying Selichot as part of our annual cycle of prayers.

Dig Confirms Biblical Account of Earthquake during Judaean Kingdom

"When we excavated the structure and uncovered an 8th century BCE layer of destruction."

Bar-Ilan U. Archaeologist Discovers Two Rare Coins Dating Back to Jewish Revolts Against Rome

Symbols and slogans on Jewish coins during the two Roman wars declared the rebels' goals.

Magnificent Second Temple-Era Building Discovered in Jerusalem

“The new route provides a better understanding of the complex and important site known as the Western Wall tunnels."

David Geffen Gifts 480-Seat Auditorium to National Library of Israel

The David Geffen Auditorium is the most prominent philanthropic support for an Israeli cultural institution from Geffen.

EMT Shopkeeper Saves Stabbed Man in Jerusalem

“I’m not sure if he came to me knowing that I am an EMT, or just because my store was open late."

Watch: Arabs Attack MK Smotrich in Shimon HaTzadik Neighborhood

About 60 Arab squatters in Sheikh Jarrah are slated for eviction, after having exhausted the appeal process in Israeli courts.

Report: Israeli Social Security Branch in Jerusalem’s Shimon HaTzadik (Sheikh Jarrah) Serves Arabs Only

And from now on they'll be more careful what they say to those pesky Army Radio reporters.

Hebrew U Reveals Impact of Medical Marijuana on Children

Matok and his team found that medical cannabis is particularly successful at treating severe epilepsy and chemotherapy’s pernicious side effects.

Jerusalemite Renewing her British Passport Discovers She Was Born in ‘Occupied Palestine’

"I thought maybe they were confused because I live on a moshav of Gush Katif evacuees."

Sunday Morning the Jews Returned to Temple Mount Despite Gafni’s Disapproval and Hamas’s Threats

Gafni's letter to Netanyahu was a kind of celebration of diaspora Judaism and the deep resistance of Haredi Jews to the most basic message of the Zionist movement.

Hebrew U, Penn State Researchers Unveil Clues on Origins of Parkinson’s Disease

“We believe that we’ve identified stable forms of alpha-synuclein that allow it to form complexes with itself and other biomolecules.”
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Arab Rioters Destroyed Light Rail Stop on Shabbat

"Kfir strongly condemns any damage done to the light rail."

Somebody Tell the Media the Sheikh Jarrah ‘Evictions’ are of Arabs Who Stole Jewish-Owned...

In the 1950s and '60s, King Hussein of Jordan plied the Arabs of Judea, Samaria, and Jerusalem under his rule with real estate to maintain their loyalty to the crown.

Jerusalem in 2021 Approaching 1 Million Residents, More Diverse than Ever

Jerusalem has the second-largest economy in Israel, with 344,300 employed, or 9% of the overall employed in the country (compared to Tel Aviv's 11%).

Netanyahu-Ben Gvir Deal: Evacuate Sheikh Jarrah in Return for Massive Police Presence

The Prime Minister's people refused the condition of a permanent police presence and agreed only to boost police patrols.

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