City of David Top Finds #6: Ancient Half Shekel and Beka
City of David Top Finds #5 and #4: The Shiloh Inscription and Seals of Prophet Jeremiah’s Captors
City of David Top Finds #3: The Ancient Pool of Siloam
City of David Top Finds #2: The Road of Pilgrimage to the Temple Mount
City of David Top Finds #1: King Hezekiah’s Royal Seal
Courageous Israeli Soldier Loses Arm, Returns to Battlefield
Iran seeking nuclear weapons technology, German intel says
Damning German intelligence reports emerged in June and July revealing the Iranian regime’s continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and missile technology in defiance of international sanctions and UN resolutions.
A federal intelligence report also said that the Islamic Republic targets Jewish and Israeli institutions with espionage.
Danon slams PA for legitimizing terror groups at UN event
Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon on Thursday slammed the Palestinian Authority after a senior Palestinian official told an event marking “50 years of occupation” that groups like Hamas are not terrorists.
“They have no shame. These are lies and incitement from those who are paying terrorists to kill innocent Israelis. These…
What color blue did King Solomon wear? New evidence tells us
Preserved pieces of cloth from King Solomon’s time point to a colorful clothing palette for metalworkers in biblical era Timna. This is the earliest evidence of a plant-based dye in Israel, according to a study released on Wednesday.
The arid desert conditions of Timna, found in Israel’s southern Negev desert, preserved the red and blue plant…
Jaffa: The Ancient Gateway to Jerusalem
As Islamic State wanes, Iran and Hezbollah could turn on Israel
Recent developments in the war between the Syrian regime and rebel forces show that the relative comfort zone that Israel has long enjoyed along its northern border is narrowing. The recent pummeling of the notorious Islamic State group makes an escalation in hostilities between Israel and the forces of President Bashar Assad along with his…
Palestinians reportedly reinstall monument to Maalot terrorist
Palestinians in the West Bank city of Jenin have reportedly reinstalled a monument to a terrorist who masterminded a notorious 1974 massacre of Israeli school children, despite intense pressure from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israel Radio reported Saturday that the monument went back up overnight as part of an agreement between…
In the Footsteps of the Apostle Peter in Jaffa
Peter, Cornelius, and How the Gospel Was First Shared with Gentiles
Unveiling clock showing 8,411 days left for Israel, Iranians rage against Jewish state
TEHRAN — Iran held major anti-Israel rallies across the country Friday, with protesters chanting “Death to Israel” and condemning the occupation of Palestinian land.
Marchers in Tehran headed from various points of the city toward the Friday prayer ceremony at Tehran University. Similar demonstrations were held in other cities and towns in Iran,…
Inaugurating new fields, Patriots’ Kraft puts Jerusalem football in end zone
The white paint for the 50-yard-line on the third football field was still fresh when Robert Kraft recited the Hebrew “Shehehiyanu” blessing for new things and cut the ribbon in Tuesday’s ceremony marking the opening of the new Kraft Family Sports Campus in Jerusalem.
“Okay, Robert, throw it out,” said Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams, running out…
After Iran fires missiles at IS in Syria, Netanyahu warns it not to threaten Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Iran not to threaten Israel and to watch its own back Monday, hours after Tehran launched missiles into Syria in what was seen, in part, as a challenge to Israel.
“I have one message for Iran: Don’t threaten Israel,” Netanyahu said.
On Monday, Iran said it fired missiles against the Islamic State in…