Articles in "Jerusalem"

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. ...

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 ...

Sara Netanyahu Makes First Court Appearance In Fraud Case

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's wife, Sara Netanyahu, made her first court appearance on Sunday afternoon as she goes on trial for ...

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 ...

Awe and Inspiration During Selichot at The Western Wall

The sound of the shofar was loud and strong. Every few moments a man dressed in white, wearing a Breslov kippah blew into the ram's horn as ...

Czech Republic Leaders Back Jerusalem Embassy Move

Top leaders of the Czech Republic strongly voiced their support for moving the country’s embassy to Jerusalem, it was announced during a ...

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 ...

Jewish, Arab MKs Faceoff Over PM’s Decision to Rescind Temple Mount Ban Written

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu accepted a request Tuesday by MK Yehuda Glick (Likud) and rescinded his executive order Tuesday ...