Monday, September 25, 2017
Israel has launched its latest observation satellite--a sophisticated new way to monitor the planet from space.
The IDF makes every effort to ensure its soldiers are ready to defend the State of Israel while applying the universal values ​​of the medical profession.
Kitchen cabinets aren’t the only things getting a clean out this Pesach season—the Kotel has already been spruced up ahead of the Passover holiday.
For the first time in history, the elite Duvdevan Unit’s official doctor is a woman.
In a slightly controversial move, a group of six developers have come together to create Israel’s first digital currency, or bitcoin.
The Iron Dome is a platform designed to intercept rockets--only a few years old, and made possible thanks to $200 million in defense funds from the US.
To help them keep up with the evolution of IDF submarine capabilities, graduates of the IDF’s Submariners class are about to receive a more advance training regimen.
Mount Herzl is the resting place of some of world Jewry’s most beloved figures, from Rabin and Meir to Herzl himself, the man for whom the site was named.
Israeli researchers recently uncovered a Byzantine mosaic floor in the northern Negev, which was once part of an ancient monastery.
A Catholic monastery in a central Israeli village was vandalized with anti-American and anti-Christian epithets.


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