London’s Heathrow Airport are considering implementing more stringent security protocols similar to those employed at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport.
The amount of Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount went up by 92 percent since 2009, recently released police statistics show.
Siebenberg House is exactly that—a house. But it is what lies below the private residence that is attracting so much attention.
International travelers often wind up a handful of leftover foreign coins from their travel and no easy way to exchange them for their home currency.
Magen David Square is perhaps the most interesting square in Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park (also known as Park HaYarkon) is an almost 1000-acre expanse of lawns, gardens, sports facilities, concert venues and lakes.
China’s Hainan Airlines began a direct Beijing – Tel Aviv route, joining Israeli airline El Al as the only two airlines operating an Israel - China route.
As the US city with the second largest concentration of Jews, the megalopolis of greater Los Angeles boasts a number of historically Jewish neighborhoods.
Famous, rich and powerful people want to pray, too. Scroll through to see a few of the places where they do just that.
Jerusalem might be the most famous city in the world. Revered by the major monotheistic religions, the city has attracted the attention of the devoted.