In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, the U.S. Senate passed a unanimous resolution on Monday, June 5, asserting that “Jerusalem should remain the undivided capital of Israel.”
A Jewish nurse from Jerusalem’s Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital stepped in to breastfeed a Palestinian baby whose mother was seriously injured in a car accident, Israeli media has reported.
KNI reports with heavy hearts that Antony Simon, pastor of Voice in the Wilderness congregation in Jerusalem, has been killed when hit by a car on May 29 while leading a mission trip in Northern Iraq.
The new blockbuster movie "Wonder Woman," starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot, has been met with rave reviews internationally. However, the movie has just been banned in Lebanon.
Taking a stand against the glorification of terrorism and incitement to violence, both the United Nations organization and the country of Norway announced this week that they have withdrawn their support from a new Palestinian Authority (PA) women’s center that was named after a major terrorist.
Jews from Venezuela have been making international headlines recently as they are immigrating to Israel in increasing numbers in order to escape the deepening political and economic crisis in the South American nation.
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.
Why Israel Matters provides an honest and in-depth look at the country, demonstrating glorious things God has done in restoring the land and the Jewish people to it.
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.