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A rare and beautiful Roman mosaic from the 2nd–3rd centuries CE, bearing an inscription in ancient Greek, is being uncovered at the Caesarea National Park. The mosaic was excavated during work by the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Caesarea De...

Archaeologists in Israel have announced the discovery of a large 1,500-year-old pool and elaborate fountain at the site of an ancient church near Jerusalem. Site of Ein Hanniya exposed by Israel Antiquities Authority Conservation Administration ...

Listen to "Israeli group sues New Zealanders for promoting boycott campaign" on Spreaker. BRIAN BECKER and John Kiriakou of the Loud and Clear radio show discuss the attempt by an Israeli law group to sue Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanad. They are...

Although an Israeli law firm, Shurat HaDIN, says it is suing Nadia Abu-Shanab and Justine Sachs, the two women say they have heard nothing from the law firm itself. This is their response.YESTERDAY WE heard rumours we were allegedly being sued by Is...

Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab.New Zealanders Justine Sachs and Nadia Abu-Shanab are being held responsible by an Israeli group for Lorde cancelling her concert in Tel Aviv. The group, Shurat HaDin, has links to Mossad and Israel's National Secu...

A jawbone complete with teeth recently discovered at Israel's Misliya cave has now been dated to 177,000-194,000 years ago. The finding indicates that modern humans were present in the Levant at least 50,000 years earlier than previously thought. Cl...

A large accumulation of bones belonging to Meriones tristrami, also known as Tristram’s jird, a species of gerbil common to the Middle East, which were found in the ancient Byzantine agricultural fields in the northern Negev, are the first biologic...