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The search My name is Dana, and I'm addicted to the rush of new beginnings. Before I decided to add my personal opinion I have read four articles...Back in my beloved Jerusalem I took my first steps in the Israeli film industry, but much before I was
When archeologists are baffled by discoveries, they're expected to debate complicated theories among other argyle-vest-wearing experts at stuffy conferences held high in ivory towers. But when recent carvings at a Jerusalem site puzzled experts, the
Courtesy Traffic Police Gov't must explain continued kollel payments 12/08/2011 01:38 High Court of Justice demands government explain why it continues to pay income support allotments for kollel students. The High Court of Justice on Wednesday
Kontador, the Saxo Bank team, and 30 of the best riders in Israel will take part in a 10-lap professional race, beginning at 17:00. The length of the race is 2.8 km and will pass through the spectacular beauty of the Old City, past the Armenian
Additionally, shock grenades were used to disperse the crowd. Two rivaling groups of Hasidim have been clashing every night in the last few days. When the mob turned on the police, the undercover cops went into action and dozens were arrested.
15, Amiram Barkat Belying promises earlier this month by Minister of Transport Israel Katz that the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv fast rail line will begin operating by 2017, sources inform "Globes" that the line will not be completed before the end of 2018.
Different businesses in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighborhood, including ice cream parlor and book store, damaged in night-time attacks by group of haredi men who want one of holy city's most tradition-bound quarters to become even more conservative
The Jerusalem Knights Festival features street performers in the alleyways of the Old City. Anyone who comes out will meet court jesters, princes, princesses and more medieval characters as they walk through the Christian quarter of the Old City.
A tiny, exquisitely made box found on an excavated street in Jerusalem is a token of Christian faith from 1,400 years ago, Israeli archaeologists said Sunday. The box, carved from the bone of a cow, horse or camel, decorated with a cross on the lid
p>JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli archaeologists say they have found a tiny, 1,400-year-old token of Christian faith among the remains of an ancient road in Jerusalem. The finding, an exquisitely made 0.8 inch-by-0.6-inch (2 centimeter