Northern Israel experienced a minor earthquake last weekend, but the election of former army general and Prime Minister Michel Aoun as Lebanon’s president late last month presents a different seismic shift in the axis of power on Israel’s northern border.
During a recent anniversary celebration of Yasser Arafat who died 12 years ago, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas mysteriously announced that he knew the identity of a supposed killer.
Israel’s ministerial committee passed a draft bill on Sunday to reduce excessive noise from the country’s 400 mosques.
Israel’s has solidified its position as a world leader in emergency medicine after the IDF field hospital received the United Nation’s World Health Organization’s highest award this week following an initial evaluation as reported by Kehila News Israel in October.
Israel has completed modification of its U.S.-made Apache helicopters to accommodate the firing of Israeli-made missiles rather than exclusively relying on America’s supply.
England and Wales Catholic leader’s visit to the Gaza Strip on Sunday was an encouragement to the territory’s 1,200 remaining Christians who comprise less than 1 percent of the enclave’s 1.8 million population.
Evangelical Christians around the world have been mobilized by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem to send Bibles to UNESCO in response to its recent resolutions denying Jewish and Christian ties to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
It seems that the elusive cure for HIV/AIDS may not be so far off after all. Israeli scientists are currently testing a drug that does not just subdue the disease, as with current retro-viral treatments, but actually destroys it.
AseptoRay, an Israeli company, has been lauded for bringing a new technology into the traditional beverage industry. Rather than using heat, the high-tech company has invented a machine which sends ultra-violet rays through drinks to remove the threat of germs.
The challenging Biblical marathon follows the route taken by an ancient Israelite messenger who brought news of the slaughter of 30,000 Israelite soldiers and the capture of the Ark of the Covenant to Eli, the nation’s leader, as recorded in 1 Samuel 4.