Articles in "Human Interest"

‘I Thought It Was a Rusty Bolt’: 13-Year-Old Boy Stumbles Upon Roman-Era Ring

A 13-year-old Israeli boy hiking with his father on Mount Carmel stumbled across an 1,800 year-old bronze ring engraved with the image of ...

No Compromises with Hezbollah, Evacuees Returning to Northern Israeli Ghost Town Urge

Marking nine months away from their homes, evacuated residents of Israel's northern border communities trekked to the abandoned town of ...

‘Groundbreaking’ Crop Research Cut Short By War, Fallen Soldier Receives Ph.D

The modest memorial sits in the laboratory at Tel Aviv University's Institute for Cereal Crop Improvement. A photo of a smiling man. Next ...

Gruenfeld’s Gambit: Israeli Chess Master Wins Deaf World Title

In a triumph for Israeli chess, Grandmaster Yehuda Gruenfeld clinched the title of World Champion for the Deaf in Belgrade on ...

Hero Policeman’s Name Tag Returned to Family Amid Emotional Ceremony

In a poignant ceremony, the name tag of a hero police officer was returned to his grieving family after it was recently discovered on the ...

Quick-Thinking Israeli Midwife Saves Mother’s Life

A quick-thinking midwife saved the life of a mother who was unknowingly suffering from a potentially fatal combination of an acute blood ...

Offshore Survey Mission Stumbles Upon Oldest Ship Ever Found in Deep Waters

A 3,300-year-old ship's cargo containing hundreds of intact jugs was uncovered 90 kilometers off the coast of northern Israel at a ...

Israeli Excavation Reveals First Evidence of Little-Known Gallus Revolt Against Rome

The discovery of a large, 1,650-year-old public building and a hoard of coins at an excavation in Lod provides the first compelling ...

‘No Innocent Civilians’: A Former Gaza Man’s Dire Warning to the World

In a deeply personal interview, former Khan Yunis resident Dor Shachar, who escaped from his home and converted to Judaism over two decades ...

Uncovering History: British Nobility Coats-of-Arms Found in Jerusalem Hospital

The walls of a historic Jerusalem building have revealed a rich tapestry of early 20th-century British nobility and royal insignias, thanks ...