Christianity in the Middle East is under violent assault. But sometimes it’s difficult to get people to listen to that message when it’s coming from Israel.
Each person goes his own way, has his own direction.
“Come, make us a god who will go before us!” With these words the children of Israel appealed to Moses’ older brother Aaron when it appeared that Moses had got lost on the mountain.
The people of the mountain are unbending.
Around the globe various people groups are embracing a Jewish lifestyle.
Israel’s early election has postponed the publication of US President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan.
In most of Western society, it is today inconceivable to provide any kind of platform to the likes of Adolf Hitler.
The Palestinian leadership’s refusal to empathize with the Jewish people hasn’t stood in the way of Israel providing sometimes life-saving medical treatment to those same leaders and their families.
On February 1st, 2,500 enthusiastic runners arrived at the lowest place on earth for the first Dead Sea marathon.
I’ve been thinking recently about the different connections in my life.
Israel and the worldwide Jewish community recently marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Tel Aviv: “After me, One is coming who is mightier than I, and I am not fit to stoop down and untie the strap of His sandals.
Some Muslim countries remain wary of hosting Israeli athletes.
The Israel Museum is currently exhibiting the work of artist Zoya Cherkassky under the title “Pravda” (truth).
Israel Today speaks with Arabs serving in the IDF to dispel claims of racism and apartheid in the Holy Land
Minister of Strategic Affairs Gilad Erdan published with great fanfare a report titled “Terrorists in Suits,” in which Israel exposed the connections between Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups on one side, and a global network of anti-Israel NGOs–many of them part of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement–on the other.
Let me tell you a story.
Israel is about to go to the polls, and just as with every national election, the outcome of this one is being touted as “critical” to the future of the Jewish state.
The truth must be told, even at the risk of hurting the Messianic cause.
It remains one of the great modern political mysteries that Western liberals who so intensely champion the LGBT agenda will at the same time advocate for the influx of Middle Eastern (read: Muslim) immigrants into Western society.
Military generals bring to politics an aura of security.
In Israel’s upcoming national election, the main issue won’t be the peace process or the division of Jerusalem.
A week or so before Christmas, I happened to be walking down Ibn Gabirol, one of Tel Aviv’s main streets, when for no good reason I looked up and there it was, a brightly-decorated Christmas tree in the window of a third-floor apartment. Nor was this an isolated phenomenon.
The New England Patriots’ victory in Super Bowl LIII was seen as a win for the Jewish people at large. Especially after Jewish wide receiver Julian Edelman was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.
Austria’s current government is considered right-wing and nationalistic, and is viewed with suspicion by many in Israel.
Israel’s birth rate, at an average of 3.1 children per woman, is almost twice as high as the OECD average of 1.7 children per woman.
Former supermodel Bar Refaeli will be the presenter when the massive Eurovision song contest is held in Israel later this year.
At the beginning of January, 46 large sea turtles were found stranded on the coast of Israel.
The Ilan and Asaf Ramon Airport near the Red Sea resort town of Eilat is officially open, and expected to help ease the strain of so many visitors entering Israel.
It’s not only the number of tourists to Israel that’s increasing.
The demise of the socialist agricultural haven provided by the kibbutz movement was predicted long ago.
The south of the country, which last summer was devastated by fires caused by flaming kites and balloon bombs from Gaza, is currently covered by a blanket of red anemones.
The perceived desecration of Islamic symbols and figures prompts violent Muslim protests just about anywhere in the world these days.
A friend recently introduced me to a new Muslim propaganda campaign under the banner of “We are all Mary,” meaning the mother of Jesus. The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness of the suffering of Palestinian mothers living in Jerusalem under “Zionist occupation.” This inflammatory propaganda began in Istanbul, and quickly spread like […]
The 2019 Bloomberg Innovation Index places Israel fifth, ahead of numerous powerhouses, including Singapore, Sweden, the US and Japan.
This article is being republished in memory of Israel Today founder Ludwig Schneider.
The month of Shvat in the Jewish calendar is the fifth month in relation to the creation of the world, and the 11th in relation to the Exodus of Israel from Egypt.
The European Union has earmarked 34.5 million euros ($42.7 million) for pre-planning and feasibility studies of a gas pipeline from Israel to Europe.