Tel Aviv City Hall was lit up with a display of the Egyptian flag on Saturday night in an expression of solidarity following Friday’s ISIS attack on a bus carrying Coptic Christians to visit a monastery.
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On Independence Day, the Israel Defense Forces honored Joana Chris Arpon, a Filipino woman who is neither Jewish nor Israeli, for her service as a combat soldier in Israel’s army.
In a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, Christian Friends of Israel (CFI) is hosting a conference in the city to mark this significant event.
A 15-year old Israeli boy from a secular public school won the prestigious International Bible Contest (IBC) this year — the first non-religious participant to win the contest in 30 years.
Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets in various protests in order to support hundreds of Palestinian prisoners who have been on a hunger strike in Israel since April 17.
While Israelis were celebrating Independence Day last week, UNESCO passed another resolution which denies the Jewish state has sovereignty over the whole of Jerusalem, in fact referring to Israel as the “occupying power” of the city.
Against the backdrop of the BDS movement and calls for international celebrities to boycott coming to Israel, the National Basketball Association is bringing its Basketball Without Borders (BWB) program to the Jewish state this summer.
Local believers recently teamed up to build and furnish a safe home for a Palestinian mother of 12 children in the West Bank through the Israel-based Joseph Project and the international organization Operation Blessing.
The British Government has issued a statement saying it does not intend to apologize for the 1917 Balfour Declaration through which Britain announced it favored “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.”