While on an official visit to Israel this month the President of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mladen Ivanić, planted a tree in Jerusalem’s Grove of Nations as a symbol of his optimism for peace and as gesture of hope.
In an entirely unprecedented move, the United States has requested that Jordan extradite a Palestinian terrorist convicted of murdering 15 people in a bombing attack on an Israeli restaurant during the Second Intifada.
In a giant boost for Israel’s high tech industry, The American giant Intel Corporation announced last week that it plans to buy an Israeli advanced technology company, Mobileye, for $15.3 billion.
The United States special representative for international negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, visited the region this week to begin working on a peace deal between the Israelis and Palestinians.
A principal aim of the symposium was to “honor women of influence in the Holy Land who have courageously and loyally worked for the downtrodden or those in need.”
An Arab Israeli language teacher has delighted Israeli children and adults alike with her uniquely engaging method of teaching Hebrew. Jihan Jayber, who has been an educator for 17 years, helps her pupils to learn Hebrew through singing songs and playing the darbuka in an Arab style.
The Israeli government received a sharp rebuke this week by one of its own members during an emergency Knesset debate convened to discuss the wave of bomb threats and vandalism being perpetrated against Jewish centers across America.
Well known in Israel for his courage and passion to share the gospel, Israeli evangelist Jacob Damkani insists that Christians visitors to Israel can and should also boldly share their faith with the Jewish people.
Two Israeli-Ethiopian brothers, Ya’acov Almo and Uri Ben-Baruch, who immigrated to Israel, have a vision to grow traditional Ethiopian crops, spices and medicinal plants here in the Holy Land.
After months of joint surveillance by the Israeli Ministry of Education, the Secret Service and Israeli police, it was determined that the al-Nukhaba Elementary School has been promoting incitement against Israeli Jews though a violent, anti-Israel curriculum.