N. J. Schiavi
Israel Investment, a new organization just launched in the United Kingdom, aims to connect experienced and aspiring investors int he U.K. with companies and startups across Israel’s diverse economic community.
Israel has earned a reputation in the economic arena as the “startup nation” and has increasingly become a focus of emerging business relationships and investments from both the West and the East.
A new worship album coming out of Jerusalem with songs in both Arabic and Hebrew represents a move beyond reconciliation to true unity while also reflecting a significant increase in homegrown worship leaders across Israel.
Many Jewish organizations in the Diaspora are threatening to withhold financial and political support from Jewish state after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu voted in the Cabinet last week against a previously agreed upon deal to open up a non-Orthodox prayer space at the Western Wall.
New findings discovered in archaeological work in the Old City point to a possible battle or at least exchange of gunfire on the Temple Mount during the Six-Day War in 1967.
American Sen. Ted Cruz used the occasion of Jerusalem Day to call on the president "to move the American embassy to Jerusalem and formally recognize Jerusalem as Israel's eternal and undivided capital."
In June 1967, Israel was still small with approximately 2.8 million residents and a narrow geographical swath of land. Yet the country was staring down the barrel of a gun as hostile armies threatened and swarmed around it.
When U.S. President Donald Trump arrives in Israel tomorrow, he will have flown from Saudi Arabia on Air Force One, the first ever direct flight between the two nations which do not have diplomatic relations.
U.S. President Donald Trump struck a positive tone in a joint press conference at the White House with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday, announcing the start of a peace process between Israelis and the Palestinians.
As Israelis stood in silence on Monday for two minutes at 10 a.m. in memory of the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust, residents were gathering around St. James Convent — the heart of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter — to remember the victims of the 20th century’s first genocide, that of the Armenians.