It’s an interfaith effort: a Christian charity funded by private donors is bringing Syrian refugee children into Israel for heart surgery.
Yehuda Bauer of Yad Vashem says Israeli Prime Minister “follows” President Trump on anti-Semitism.
On the wall outside the library at the Hebrew Reali School of Haifa is a list of names. The last one is Shira Tzur, a 20-year-old graduate of the school who died last month when a Palestinian man rammed a truck into a group of Israeli soldiers on a Jerusalem street, killing Tzur and three of her comrades.
A Jerusalem neighborhood must “choke” off the ultra-Orthodox, said the head of the Kiryat Hovel neighborhood administration.
Israel invited 26 Hollywood stars on all-expense paid trips to the Holy Land around the 2016 Academy Awards, but a year later none of them have visited.
In a video, an Orthodox group opposing Women of the Wall accuses the feminist group of “debasement.”
President Trump’s election is having a direct effect on the ground in Jerusalem, as evidenced by an uptick in East Jerusalem home demolitions.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined a peace proposal presented by then-U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at a secret summit in 2016.
More than half of the American pro football players who were supposed to tour Israel pulled out in rejection of the Israeli government using their visit to score public relations points.
Proponents of one democratic state in the Holy Land saw a possible opening in President Trump’s statement yesterday that he would back a one-state solution if that’s the one Israelis and Palestinians “like best.”