Archeologists Uncover Rare 9th Century Clay Amulet With Arabic Blessing

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on June 14, 2018

A clay amulet with a blessing in Arabic, dating back to the Abbasid period (9th-10th centuries CE), …

After Dramatic Evictions, Bulldozers Begin Work at Netiv Ha’Avot

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on June 13, 2018

Security forces began the demolition of 15 houses Wednesday in the Netiv Ha’Avot outpost, adjacent…

20 Injured, 2 Arrested as Police Evict Netiv Ha’Avot Residents

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on June 12, 2018

GUSH ETZION –  Security forces took approximately 11 hours to complete the eviction of reside…

Ancient Winepress Found In Excavation of Water Reservoir

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on June 10, 2018

An ancient winepress dating back to the Byzantine period was discovered two weeks ago at the Tzippor…

For Gaza Belt Residents, Paradise Outweighs Hell of Cross-Border Attacks

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on June 07, 2018

KIBBUTZ NIR AM – By the time field workers get ahold of Ofer Liberman, the manager of farming …

New Delay In Leifer Extradition Process; Victims: Frustrating, but Making Progress

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 31, 2018

Malka Leifer, a former headmistress at a haredi girls school in Melbourne, Australia will remain in …

Beardless and Bareheaded, Matisyahu Continues to Draw Inspiration From Jewish Sources

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 30, 2018

The first time I saw Matisyahu perform he was mesmerising. It was 2006, at the height of his chassid…

A Jerusalem Hospital Turns To Innovation To Become Self-Sufficient

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 27, 2018

Hospitals are always looking for ways to generate revenue. Some open gift shops, some open malls. Bu…

Former Chief Rabbi Asks: Why does Israel need war to have unity?

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 23, 2018

Former Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau celebrated 73 years in Israel by receiving Bar Ilan University&#…

Gaza Belt Farmers To Get Compensation For Damages From Palestinian Kite Terrorism

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on May 22, 2018

The  Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Finance will provide financial support to farmers …

Two Months After Launch, Tzohar Kashrut Division Making Inroads But Still Faces Steep Climb

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 18, 2018

When Gadi Piamenta decided to open a coffee bar in downtown Jerusalem in 2012, the process and cost …

March of Nations Brings Color, Song to Downtown Jerusalem.

By TPS on May 15, 2018

About 3,000 people from some 40 countries thronged the streets of downtown Jerusalem on a warm sprin…

On Jerusalem Day, Some 10% Of Israel’s Population Lives In Capital

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on May 13, 2018

On Jerusalem Day, commemorating the 51st anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem on June 1967,…

Jewish, Palestinian Students Create Mideast’s Largest Mandala

By Yona Schnitzer/TPS on May 10, 2018

Dozens of Palestinian and Israeli students from east and west Jerusalem came together Thursday, in o…

Gaza Belt Communities Growing Despite Security Threat From Nearby Strip

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on May 06, 2018

KIBBUTZ BE’ERI – The most striking thing about the Israeli side of the Gaza border region is…

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