Authorities on Wednesday identified the victim of Tuesday’s deadly terrorist attack in Holon as 84-year-old Shulamit Rachel Ovadia, a resident of Holon who lived near the scene of the attack.
Moishy Serebryanski (Toronto, Ontario) to Miriam Maryasha Liberow (Boca Raton, FL) L’Chaim: Tonight, Monday, 8:30pm at Lubavitcher Yeshiva Crown St.
An exceptional and amazing discovery from the time of the Pharaoh associated with the Biblical Exodus from Egypt, was revealed last Wednesday when a mechanical digger penetrated the roof of a cave in the Palmahim Beach National Park.
This story starts with a rare quarter shekel silver coin, the fourth of its kind known in the world. Dated to the fourth year of the Jewish Great Revolt from 69 CE –– a year before the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem.
The Israeli army on Wednesday identified the IDF officer killed during a gun battle with Palestinian Arab terrorists overnight in northern Samaria.
A rare document was returned to Israel in a joint intelligence operation by the Israel Antiquities Authority Robbery Prevention Unit which is proposed to date the ‘Ishmael Papyrus’ to the seventh or sixth centuries BCE.
Fifty years ago, a terrifying series of events took place, leading to the death of eleven Israeli’s competing in the Munich Olympics. As history has a way of repeating itself, it is imperative that we never forget.
An extraordinary discovery was unearthed in Jerusalem: an assemblage of ivory plaques from the First Temple period, among the few found anywhere in the world, and the first of their kind to be found in Jerusalem.
Two terrorists fleeing the scene of a shooting attack on a bus in the Jordan Valley were forced to abandon their vehicle and try to douse out the flames engulfing their clothes as the car caught fire.
The IDF has confirmed that a terror attack occurred near Hebron. The terrorist was neutralized.
A prehistoric elephant tusk was found intact in Israeli excavation, setting off a a joint two-week excavation named “Operation Elephant”.