“I am speaking to you from Jerusalem, the eternal and historic capital of the Jewish nation,” Israeli Middle East expert Dr. Mordechai Kedar said in a conversation with Syrian TV.
The 1996 general election was dominated by the catchphrase “Peres will divide Jerusalem.”
A new conflict has erupted atop Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
The Palestinian Authority teeters between denial and justification when it comes to the Nazi Holocaust against the Jews.
Another Friday passed uneasily along the border with Gaza.
There is a moderate-tohigh chance of the Jewish people facing another attempt to exterminate them in the future, according to 43 percent of Israelis.
On a frozen February morning, 37-year-old Russian peasant Rodion Trapimovich Agayev went down to the river with his razor blade and a bottle of vodka.
What do Benjamin Netanyahu and the biblical King Manasseh have in common?
There is a book here in Israel titled Why Do You Vote Right and Get Left?
“Let us build for ourselves a city, and a tower whose top will reach into heaven, and let us make for ourselves a name that will be known throughout the earth” (Genesis 11:4).