Articles in "Human Interest"

Cryptic Ancient Greek Inscription Chanced Upon in Negev

Who was Maria, who died on February 9 some 1,400 years ago and whose burial stone has recently been discovered in Nizzana National Park in ...

Knesset Approves ‘Heroes Bill’ Granting Benefits to Family of Civilian Who Died While Saving Lives

The Knesset plenum on Tuesday gave final approval to the National Insurance Bill (Amendment No. 222), which determines that the immediate ...

WATCH: Arab Bandits Caught Digging Illegally in Ancient Tekoa

Arab bandits digging at the archeological site of Tel Tekoa in Gush Etzion on Thursday were documented by the Shomrim Al Hanetzch ...

Jonathan Pollard is in Israel!

Thirty-five years after being arrested for spying for Israel, Jonathan Pollard landed in Israel early Wednesday morning, accompanied by ...

Israel’s ‘Father of Geography’ Dies at 101

Professor Moshe Brawer, Israel Prize laureate, founder of the Department of Geography and former Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at Tel ...

Man Returning from Dubai Busted with Gold-Plated iPhone, Stone-Studded Watch  

An Israeli resident of the Arab town of Jisr az-Zarqa who returned from Dubai was detained at Ben Gurion Airport on Monday when he passed ...

Earliest Ever Evidence for the Use of Stone Tools for Grinding Found in Israeli Cave

The earliest evidence for the use of stone tools for grinding, some 350,000 years ago, was found in the Tabun Cave in northern Israel by ...

Boston Native Makes History as First American Woman to Graduate Israeli Air Force’s Pilot Course

Israel Air Force (IAF) Lt. O, 21 of Boston, will make history when she will become the first American woman to graduate from the IAF's ...

Israel Helps Builds Rehabilitation Center for Children on Autism Spectrum in Kazakhstan

A rehabilitation center for children on the autism spectrum in the city of Semey in eastern Kazakhstan was inaugurated Tuesday, another ...

Second Temple Era Remains Unearthed at Jerusalem’s Gat Shmanim, Believed to Have Been Visited by Jesus

Archaeological excavations preceding development work at the Gat Shmanin (Gethsemane) in the Kidron Valley unearthed a 2000-year-old ritual ...