Articles in "Human Interest"

Syrian Child To Fly From Cyprus For Second Round Of Medical Treatment In Israel

The  Syrian baby  who was flown to Israel with his father  for heart surgery a few days after he was born in December  2017 will arrive ...

Palestinian Baby First-Ever Recipient Of A Heart Transplant From Israeli-Jewish Child

Clinging to life, a Palestinian baby from Ramallah has become the first-ever recipient of a heart transplant from an Israeli-Jewish ...

2,000-Year-Old Decapitated Skeletons Found in Downtown Jerusalem Dig

The skeletons lay in a chaotic fashion. They had once belonged to mothers, wives, children and in some cases were even unborn fetuses. ...

Edward Snowden to Speak at Israeli Conference

Infamous whistleblower Edward Snowden, one of the most wanted fugitives in the world, is expected to speak at an Israeli conference in ...

First-Ever International Tourism Security Summit Kicks Off In Jerusalem

Tourism in Israel is booming. Despite figures from tourism research company IPK International that in 2017, 56% of people viewed Israel as ...

Rare 2,000-Year-Old Inscription Bears Full Spelling of Jerusalem

She sat in her office at the Binyanei Ha’Uma excavation, near the modern-day entrance to Jerusalem, doing paperwork. It was a cold and ...

On The Road With Israel’s Angels of Mercy

The sirens wail. Adrenaline pumps through our veins as the call comes in. We rush to the scene, weaving in and out of traffic. Some ...

An East Jerusalem Maternity Hospital Builds Bridges Of Peace

After touring almost every hospital in Jerusalem in search of the best place to give birth to their firstborn daughter, Nehama (32) and ...

Hellenistic Period Seal Archive Discovered at Beit Guvrin-Maresha National Park

About 1,020 clay seals (bulla) dating back to the Hellenistic period, and which may have belonged to the letter archive of a wealthy ...

Israeli Archeologists Discover Earliest Evidence of Alcohol Manufacturing and Consumption

Archeologists from the University of Haifa, along with a delegation from Stanford University have discovered the earliest evidence of ...