Friday, April 26, 2019
Naor Shalev Ben-Ezra, the 13-year-old boy who was stabbed and nearly killed, celebrated his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall.
The owner of a Czech tour bus that advertised Auschwitz as a holiday destination will remove the bus' controversial design showing pictures of inmates.
The Israeli Navy conducted a major training exercise off the coast of Eilat in the Red Sea, simulating possible scenarios that could unfold at sea.
A Catholic priest was caught on video snorting what appears to be cocaine in a room with Nazi memorabilia.
The IDF is cooperating with Israeli companies to help find jobs for discharged Bedouin soldiers.
Restoration work has begun on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site considered by many Christians as the place where Jesus died and resurrected.
The fertility rate for Jewish women (4.3 children per mother) in Jerusalem has surpassed the fertility rate among the city’s Arab women (3.3 children).
Disturbing incidents took place where journalists covering the presidential campaign have been targeted with anti-Semitic harassment and even death threats.
Two Palestinian brothers suspected of multiple sniper attacks against Israeli civilians and security forces over the past few months were recently arrested.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas won the Iowa Republican caucus, with Hillary Rodham Clinton named a narrow victor Tuesday morning over Bernie Sanders.


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