Kehila News Israel Staff
"Amid the hustle and bustle of Passover week in Jerusalem when the city is thronging with tourists and traffic jams, an art gallery became a small island of tranquility with a pastoral Scandinavian theme."
The historic visit, the first ever by an Indian prime minister, was marked by several days of discussion on technology, economic policies and security issues and was highlighted by the signing of several deals that reflect broadening commercial ties.
Despite several days of sporadic, errant rockets from fighting in Syria landing in the Golan Heights, Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman reassured the country that it was back to "business as usual" for Israel's northern region.
Without any fanfare or media commotion, a major visit took place here in Israel this spring when a delegation of approximately 50 federal judges from the high courts of Brazil visited the Jewish state.
Israeli warplanes struck military positions in Syria after shells from the war-torn nation landed in the Golan Heights on Saturday, most likely errantly, sparking retaliatory strikes by the IDF.
Netivah recently held a conference for Messianic high school seniors to meet with IDF soldiers in order to speak with them and ask questions about military service as they are about to be drafted themselves in the coming months.
Yad L'Achim, the Jewish anti-missionary organization, published an article recently against the Messianic publishing house HaGefen (The Vine) for “daring” to sell its books to the public during the Hebrew Book Week Fair in Rishon LeZion.
A Border Police officer was killed in a stabbing attack as she responded to a shooting outside the Old City of Jerusalem's Damascus Gate on Friday night as Muslims were breaking their fast during their holy month of Ramadan.
The first night of the Fellowship of Israel Related Ministries (FIRM) Jerusalem Encounter conference was marred by a short and minor protest by some orthodox Jews who were in the same building.
On June 2, residents hosted the "Shavuot Fair" in the main square of the moshav. Residents, guests from the guesthouse at Yad Hashmona and people from neighboring towns enjoyed a market full of home delicacies...