Israeli-American businessman Moti Kahana helps Syrians receive medical treatment in Israel.
The Israeli government will spend more than $35 million to resettle and compensate residents of Amona, the West Bank outpost slated for demolition this week.5
The museum considered a cornerstone of modern Israeli identity has decked the walls with Jesus-inspired works by Jewish and Israeli artists this holiday season.
The Jewish National Fund raised $6 million from diaspora Jews promising to “Rebuild. Replant. Restore.” But natural regeneration — instead of replanting — is the favored approach now.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
Teenagers in Amona, the wildcat settlement slated for eviction, raged and raved against the demolition hours before community leaders agreed to peacefully relocate.6
If a blue-and-white flag with a Star of David and two horizontal stripes were to hang proudly outside a Jewish organization in Boston, it would hardly be news. Unless, of course, if that happened in 1891 — nearly 60 years before the founding of the State of Israel. The flag that today is synonymous with the Jewish state…
Israel’s national airline, El Al, is betting on a billion-dollar overhaul of its aging fleet to claw back market share dented by relentless competition from low-cost carriers and a damaging dispute with pilots.
The fall of Aleppo to Syrian government forces backed by Russia and Iran has heightened alarm in Israel about potential threats to its borders and a wider reshaping of the region.
Nissan Slomiansky, a 70-year-old lawmaker with the ultra-right Jewish Home party in Israel, has been accused of alleged sexual misconduct against several women over a period of several years.
Built before Israel was founded, Tel Aviv’s Neve Sha’anan neighborhood is in the shape of a menorah.
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