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Residents of one Texas town are being asked to make an unusual promise in exchange for hurricane relief funds — they have to vow not to boycott the nation of Israel. Dickinson, Texas was among the towns hardest-hit by Hurricane Harvey last mont...

Eight stone courses of the Western Wall that had been buried under an 8-meter layer of earth were recently uncovered in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Western Wall Tunnels in Jerusalem.  These stone courses, com...

UNESCO is about as good as it gets in the world of UN Specialized Agencies, responsible for designating and protecting world heritage sites, running literacy for the poorest people on Earth, supporting potable water programs, protecting fragile and e...

(Cartoon image is by Chris Britt at Creators Syndicate.)Prime Minister Netanyahu likes Donald Trump. But other Israelis are aghast when they look at the narcissistic conman living in the U.S. White House. Consider these remarks by Chemi Shalev in his...

Why were decapitated toads placed in a jar in a 4,000-year-old tomb in Jerusalem? Fascinating findings from an Israel Antiquities Authority excavation near the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo shed light on burial customs in the Canaanite period (the Middle Br...

The oldest evidence of food storage rituals has been found by researchers from the University and the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) in Berlin during excavations at the prehistoric site of Tel Tsaf: an unusual pottery vessel. The vessel, which...

A collection of dozens of sealings, mentioning the names of officials dated to the days of the Judean kingdom prior to the Babylonian destruction, was unearthed during excavations by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the City of David National Park...