Israeli intelligence has been teasing the media with an ongoing spy-caper worthy of a Hollywood blockbuster
The biblical account and narrative continue to gain credence with every archaeological find
Mongolia is a stunning landscape. But beyond its beauty, the place and people taught me several lessons
Israel Today chief Aviel Schneider visits the Temple Mount to find out just how tense the situation really is.
Whatever the final outcome of the election, Netanyahu remains Israel’s only master orator
Israel’s “democracy on steroids” is starting to reveal its flaws, and a third election in less than a year is now conceivable
In Part 2 of our look at “The Mystery of the Olive Tree,” we examine the relationship between Israel, the Church and Messianic Jews
Did you know that the morality of public advertisement has been debated by rabbis for centuries?
Israel’s need to balance its secular democracy with the fact that it is a religious state can get confusing
It was Messianic Jews from America that inspired them only recently to reaffirm their Jewish roots and identity with their faith in Jesus
Jordanian analyst notes that one has flourished under Israeli rule, while the other has turned to squalor in Arab hands
The early Zionists could have established a wholly secular state, but knew that would lead to downfall
Israel’s Orthodox community is changing, but aggressive liberal politics threaten to reverse the process
As Israel continues to grapple with an identity crisis over what it means to be a Jew, influential voices speak out
Struggles of Spanish Jews forced to accept Christianity can inform the Messianic movement today.
For 50 years, Christian missionary Konrad Schick worked selflessly for the good of Jerusalem and its citizens.
While most other Renaissance artists could only erroneously copy Hebrew texts, Rembrandt took the Bible more seriously.
Graffiti breaking into the mainstream art community is a masterpiece of entrepreneur creativity, and a story worth telling.