Articles in "Human Interest"

Doctors Beyond Borders: Israel’s Secret Fight to Save Syrian Lives

On the night of February 16th, 2013, an IDF squad was carrying out a routine patrol on the Syrian border, when suddenly the ...

Archeologists Discover 1,700 Year Old Mosaic in Lod

Archeologists unearthed a rare, multi-colored Roman mosaic dating back about 1,700 years, during excavations this month in Lod, the Israel ...

Nation State Law Co-Author Defends Legislation

  A contributing author of the nation-state law said Thursday that Druze leaders who object to the controversial measure fail to ...

Stone Drops from Western Wall; No Injuries

A 1-ton stone dropped out of the Western Wall in Jerusalem Monday.  The stone smashed on the ground, near the Robinson’s Arch ...

Lack of Funding Threatens to Shut Down Temple Mount Sifting Project

Archeologists in Jerusalem say they have uncovered evidence from the Temple Mount that appears to corroborate large sections of the ...

Old City Excavations Shed Light on Tisha B’av Destruction

Jerusalem archeologists have unearthed an access road leading from the Kidron Valley and Shiloah Pool to the Temple Mount, as well as a ...

800 Syrian Rescue Workers Flee Country Via Israel

Eight hundred Syrians affiliated with the White Helmet civil rescue organization entered Israel from Quneitra in southern Syria Saturday ...

Bennett Trying to Soften Nation-State Bill

Education Minister Naftali Bennett, the chairman of the Jewish Home Party, proposed a revision to a controversial clause in Nation-State ...

Mossad Retrieves Famed Spy’s Wristwatch

The Mossad, in a special operation carried out recently, successfully retrieved a wristwatch belonging to Eli Cohen, Israel's most famous ...

US Judge: Fraenkel Family ‘accepted the risk of terrorist attacks” by Living in Judea and Samaria

The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has ordered a district court judge to re-adjudicate a lawsuit brought by the family of ...