Kehila News Israel Staff
A new nonprofit organization founded thanks to the initiative of a Christian believer is hoping to encourage more indigenous Israeli Christians to enlist in the...
Gaza-based groups have launched more than a dozen rockets at Israel since U.S. President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel last week, making southern Israel the main flashpoint of violence since the announcement.
A Bahraini civil society group is under attack for visiting Israel in a gesture of tolerance, coexistence and an attempt to normalize relations with the Jewish state, The Jerusalem Post has reported.
Watch the official White House video of President Trump's speech in which he recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
A man is fighting for his life in a Jerusalem hospital following the first terror attack to occur in Israel's capital since the U.S. announcement to recognize the city as capital and move its embassy.
Following the historic announcement by U.S. President Donald Trump, KNI asked believers from around the country their perspectives on this decision and its implications for their future as citizens of Israel.
The question of whether U.S. President Donald Trump will announce that the United States will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move its embassy to Jerusalem has been the subject of rife speculation in Israeli media.
The United Nations General Assembly passed six anti-Israel resolutions on Thursday, the day after the 70th anniversary of its vote on the Partition Plan, calling for a Jewish and Arab state side by side and paving the way for Israel’s declaration of independence.
Pence made the remarks at an event in New York commemorating the 70th anniversary of the UN vote to partition Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states, a move many credit for the creation of the State of Israel.
While Nov. 29 marks 70 years of the United Nations Partition Plan calling for a division of the land of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states, one Israeli official explains that the U.N. vote, though historic, is not what established Israel as a state.