Israel Antiquities Authority excavations in the village of et-Taiyiba in the Jezreel Valley recently unearthed an inscription written on stone. The Greek inscription, engraved in stone, comes from the frame of an entrance door dating from the Byzantine period (late fifth century CE).
The Biden administration will keep the US Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem, Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken said during his Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) attacked Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in overnight strikes, the army said on Monday. The attack came in response to an earlier rocket attack from the restive coastal enclave toward the Israeli city of Ashdod.
IDF Lt. Col. (Res.) Dr. Avi Har-Lev, a resident of the Mount Hebron district town of Sansana in Judea, was found dead in the Lahav forest near his home overnight.
Border Police officers on Tuesday night neutralized a terrorist armed with a knife who tried to stab fighters in the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
An attempted stabbing attack was thwarted Tuesday evening at the Qalandiya checkpoint north of Jerusalem after a terrorist attempted to stab a security guard with a sharp object. The terorrist was neutralized in the attempt.
Sudan announced Wednesday that it has officially joined the Abraham Accords, the U.S.-sponsored treaty signed by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain normalizing relations with Israel.
30 years after the Gulf War, Israel’s Defense Ministry has releases photos from sites where Scud missiles struck Israel, along with statistics from the war for first time.
Who was Maria, who died on 9 February some 1400 years ago and whose burial stone has now been discovered in Nizzana National Park?
The Cabinet ministers on Tuesday night approved the imposition of a full lockdown to begin at midnight Thursday night. The lockdown will last two weeks and will include the shutdown of jobs and the education system.
An Arab terrorist attacked Israeli civilians and a group of Israeli soldiers with an ax Tuesday afternoon, at the Gush Etzion Junction south of Jerusalem. Israeli security forces present at the scene of the attack quickly responded by opening fire, fatally wounding the terrorist.
The death of Ahuvya Sandak, a settler youth who died after the car he was in flipped twice while being chased by police officers, has sparked increased unrest as evidence of police misconduct mounts.
Electric car giant Tesla has been cleared to market its vehicles in Israel, according to a report by Globes Monday morning. Previously, Tesla had operated in Israel only as a small-scale importer, with permission to bring in no more than 20 vehicles, most of which were used for testing.
In a world that has reported over five million people vaccinated from COVID-19, an anomaly is beginning to show from a country that has a penchant for doing the impossible.
Jonathan Pollard landed in Israel on Tuesday night, the Israel Hayom newspaper reported. Diaspora Affairs Minister Omer Yankelevitch welcomed Pollard to Israel.
It has been cleared for publication that, following intel and operations of Shabak, Police and IDF, a terrorist suspect in the murder of Esther Horgan has been arrested.
Cabinet ministers on Wednesday night approved the plan for a national lockdown that was agreed upon by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister and Blue and White chairman Benny Gantz.