The demonstrations and protests coincide with Israel’s Independence Day (May 14) based on the Gregorian calendar and the Palestinian “Nakba Day”, (Day of catastrophe, disaster), alongside the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem today.
Prime Minister Netanyahu gave a televised address immediately following President Trump’s announcement. He praised the President’s decision and thanked his administration for its “commitment to ensure that Iran never gets nuclear weapons, not today, not in a decade, not ever.”
Israel’s Foreign Ministry confirmed the move, stating on Tuesday “Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes plans to come to Israel by the end of the month to open an embassy in Jerusalem.”
Amir’s special update from the Israeli-Syrian border on the reason for Israel’s strike last week in Syria, the Iranian plot to shoot missiles at...
Using advanced imaging technology from NASA, Israeli archeologists were able to decipher previously unknown text and letters from hundreds of tiny fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Amir’s update on recent developments in the region following Israel’s strikes in Syria, the publicly unveiled Iranian nuclear program, suspicious activity in Iran, Macron’s...
The Guatemalan flag was raised at the embassy’s new location in Jerusalem on Tuesday after embassy staff officially relocated on Monday.
Prime Minister Netanyahu met with United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, both leaders addressing Iran and bilateral relations to the press following.
Amir explains world events and what may happen before, during and after the Rapture of the Church.
As Israel celebrates 70 years of independence, watch the second part of “The Wars of Israel”.