Dr. Wisam al-Jamal praises the Israeli hospital in Jerusalem where he works for being a haven of peace.
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A Tunisian celebrity was forced to defend himself against accusations that he willingly posed for a photograph with an Israeli officer on the Israeli-Jordanian border.
Media bias against Israel is always obvious, but especially so when Hamas fires rockets at Israel because foreign media outlets barely report the attacks. Only when Israel responds do these same outlets suddenly decide the story is newsworthy.
- UC Irvine Metes Out ‘Feckless Punishment’ on Violent Anti-Israel Student Protesters
- New York City Mayor Calls BDS ‘Inconsistent With Progressive Values’
- Judge Rules Nazi-Looted Paintings to Stay in California Museum
- Activist Exposes ‘Insane Hypocrisy’ of Al-Jazeera’s Popularity Among Western Liberals
An aggressive campaign based upon awareness, identification and research has apparently succeeded in fighting skin cancer in Israel.
The Mazliah family contacted a representative of the Israel Antiquities Authority and invited him to their home in order to examine numerous ancient metal artifacts that had been in the possession of their recently-deceased father.
The use of children by terror organizations is not a new phenomenon as some might believe. The recent bombing in Turkey – carried out by a 12-year-old – highlights that fact that children have been used to commit acts of terror for years. The suicide attacker who detonated his explosives amid an outdoor Kurdish wedding party... Read more »
If loving God is so important and fundamental, why do we find this commandment only at the very end of the Torah?
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law a resolution passed by the state legislature in June prohibiting the state’s public worker pension fund from investing in companies that boycott Israel or Israeli businesses. Thank the governor!
A Muslim Arab Israeli woman discusses her fight against radical Islam and the high price she pays for speaking her mind.
In a historic find, Israeli archaeologists unearthed a large fragment of an Egyptian statue made of limestone, discovered during the excavations at Tel-Hazor, north of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.
An inspiring new film journeys through time to explore our connection to Jerusalem through the eyes of an ancient stone. Proceeds from the film go towards protecting Jewish families living in reclaimed neighborhoods of eastern Jerusalem.
American Jewish philanthropist Mortimer Zuckerman has launched a $100 million research project aimed at US-Israeli collaboration in science and technology.
- New York State Passes Legislation Protecting Israel from Boycott Activity
- Massachusetts Law Enforcement Officials Visit Israel to Learn How to Prevent, Combat Terrorism
- Association of American Universities Reiterates its Opposition to Boycotts on Israeli Academia
- California Introduces Anti-BDS Law, Slams Delegitimization of Israel
The Gaza director of global charity World Vision has been caught by Israel assisting Hamas. Protest to World Vision for hiring staff who participate in terror activities against Israel!
Susiya is an ancient Jewish village that continued to exist for centuries following the destruction of the Second Temple. It was only in the seventh century that Susiya, like the rest of the Jewish homeland, came to be occupied temporarily by Arabian Muslims.
An overflow crowd greeted 233 North American immigrants who arrived in Israel, including the 50,000th brought to Israel by Nefesh B’Nefesh.