The weekly portion features one of the great villains in the Torah, providing a great opportunity to discuss some of the other evil-doers in the Bible.

Archaeological research in Israel has provided fascinating insight into biblical accounts of ancient Jewish history, including King David's capture of Jerusalem.

A mother's insistence on burying her baby son in Hebron was a step in the direction of rebuilding the ancient Jewish city.

On a tiny hilltop in the middle of the Elah Valley, near the city of Beit Shemesh, an ancient city was uncovered, with features and details that seem to match the biblical account of the region. Whether this discovery provides physical evidence of the existence of a Davidic stronghold in the Elah Valley is the... Read more »

"We see ourselves not as individuals, but on a mission connecting young people to their Jewish roots," says Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum, who educates the public about the significance of the Jewish city of Hebron.

Tel Dan has a bit of everything—archaeology, history, lots of water, lush greenery, biblical sites, battle sites from recent Israeli wars and amazing views.

Listening to the intense crashing of the sea water against the walls of the grottoes, I appreciate the natural phenomenon chosen by King David to bring us closer to God.

Sacrifices were of value only so long as the Temple stood, but righteousness and justice remain of utmost importance even when the Temple no longer stands.

Jerusalem 360 is the largest panoramic project ever launched in Israel. It features over 100 locations in Jerusalem that you can tour from the comfort of your home, office or bed!

The eternal connection between Jerusalem and the Jewish people is unbreakable. In biblical times, over 3000 years ago, Jerusalem was established as the capital of Israel by King David.

Jerusalem has been the capital of the Jewish nation since King David declared it as such in 1000 BCE. No other nation ever designated the Holy City as its own.