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Signatories to letter of protest warn of harm to ‘diamond in Jerusalem’s archaeological crown’ due to planned site for mixed-gender worship
Israeli filling stations often have great adjacent diners, cafés and even white-tablecloth restaurants so you can fuel your car and your belly at once.
Coalition supports cross-party legislation to give fathers leave alongside mothers
The unique league will enable Israeli players with special needs to experience for the first time an organized framework of competitive games
Using challah1,000 Jewish kids want to break a Guinness World Record
Israeli technology was ubiquitous at CES, the tech world’s most important consumer electronics show that kicked off this week in Las Vegas
Every Wednesday and Thursday 15:00-23:00 and Friday and Saturday 10:00-22:00, the Jaffa Port will host the Christmas Market
Jerry Seinfeld, of Seinfeld fame, is set to make his highly anticipated Israel debut with four stand-up performances.
The walls of the Citadel serve as a stage for a nigh time show which is a celebration of sight and sound.
The Israeli website building company’s 2015 Super Bowl ad helped boost its revenue by 46%.
At Tel Aviv’s finest museums a number of exhibitions in photography, painting and jewelry have been deemed worthy of extended or on-going displays.
As new school year opens, National Library focuses on mid-19th and early 20th century Hebrew learning textbooks that imparted Zionist ideology and served as a pioneer for Hebrew literature in general.
A unique stepped structure exposed on the street ascending from Siloam Pool to the Temple Mount raises eyebrows among archaeologists.