N. J. Schiavi
A Palestinian teen armed with wire-cutters wounded four people in a terror attack in Tel Aviv on Sunday and a Palestinian mother of nine stabbed a female soldier near Jerusalem early Monday morning as the country mourned victims of the Holocaust.
Thousands of pilgrims — both Jewish and Christian — were expected to converge in Jerusalem as Passover week and Easter celebrations for all Christian denominations coincided this weekend.
When little Yacob arrived with his father in Israel on Feb. 14 he was rushed from the airport to the hospital for emergency surgery. His and his father’s plane tickets and the child’s recuperation were funded by an Israeli charity called Save a Child’s Heart.
Just day's after meeting with Egypt's president, U.S. President Donald Trump enlisted the help of King Abdullah II of Jordan as well in his efforts to reach a deal between Israelis and Palestinians.
With March 21 observed as World Down Syndrome Day, the issue of abortion has never seemed more relevant especially as a new test is being rolled out in Israel making it easier and less invasive to almost conclusively test babies in the womb for the chromosomal disorder.
The underdog Israeli national baseball team is off to a surprising start in its first World Baseball Classic, inching by South Korea in the team's opening game and clobbering Taiwan in its second game this week.
On a journey through Israel as ambassadors from their tribe to the Jewish state, a Native American couple are connecting with the land, local believers and another “indigenous people.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with American President Donald Trump, just a month into his presidency, and seemingly struck a new, friendly tone in relations between the two countries after an icy eight years.
Though Arab Christians in the Holy Land face challenges as a minority community many agree that they are remarkably better off than their brothers in the Middle East and are using the Christmas season to reach out to their neighbors, Christians, Jews and Muslims alike.
In interviews with KNI, several Ethiopian believers living in Israel told us that they face much of the same discrimination and stereotypical sentiments as the Ethiopian community at large, however, they said they are better able to cope with it due to their faith, support from congregations and the character they develop as believers.