Monday, May 29, 2017
Hundreds gathered in Jerusalem for a memorial to Shira Banki, the teen who died from injuries suffered in a knife attack at the city’s gay pride parade.
Sgt. Roberto Farah-Usa, who foiled a terrorist attack, will light a torch at Israel’s traditional Independence Day ceremony.
Israeli police have killed an Arab Israeli wanted in connection with the January 1 shooting in Tel Aviv, which killed three people and injured seven.
Shimon Peres was admitted to Sheba Medical Center after complaining of chest pains. According to his doctors, Peres suffered a mild heart attack.
The group, Pride in Blue and White, last week launched a crowdfunding campaign to support what it said would be the first army preparatory courses and mentoring programs specifically for female and LGBT youth.
This deadly serious drill will change the way you think of chemical attacks.
Benjamin Netanyahu remembered the American graduate student killed in a Palestinian terror stabbing in Jaffa yesterday.
An IDF combat photographer shares his account of being caught in the middle of a firebomb attack in the West Bank.
An American Israel Public Affairs Committee official confirmed to JTA that Pence will keynote the conference scheduled for March 26-28 in Washington, D.C.
The popular Internet travel site TripAdvisor has ranked Jerusalem fourth on its list of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Destinations on the Rise.


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