Tuesday, August 4, 2020
A yeshiva student from New York was stabbed with a screwdriver on Thursday while he was on his way to the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.
Last week, UNESCO approved a resolution listing Rachel’s Tomb and the Cave of the Patriarchs as Islamic sites.
Animal rights group stage Passover protest to end overseas shipment of livestock.
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.
As the conflict between Hamas and Israel continues, there is one source of good news--advanced technology designed not to kill but to protect civilians.
Palestinians in Nablus attacked Israeli soldiers escorting a convoy of Jewish worshippers who entered the West Bank city to visit Joseph’s Tomb.
A 70-year-old Israeli farmer found beaten today by Palestinian suspects has succumbed to his wounds and died.
Qasr al-Yahud, a site near Jericho where many Christians believe Jesus was baptized, will be cleared of landmines.
A Hamas terrorist shot and wounded two security personnel as Israeli forces tried to arrest him in Jenin.
A collection of millennia-old jewelry has been discovered in Israel.
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