At A Glance

Liberman and Eisenkot part ways

Kerem Shalom border crossing reopens

The Kerem Shalom and Erez border crossings into Gaza reopened Monday morning, following a decline in violence over the weekend. Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman ordered the crossings closed last week after long-range rockets were fired at Israel. One rocket landed in the sea and another hit a house in Beer Sheva, causing significant damage but ...

Israel marks 23th anniversary of Rabin murder

Children from the Jewish Arab school in Beer Sheva marks the 23rd anniversary of the murder of Yitzhak Rabin at the presidential residence in Jerusalem.

Angela Merkel signs guestbook at Yad Vashem

Upon completing her Thursday morning visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum, Angela Merkel wrote in the museum's guestbook: "80 years ago, on Kristallnacht, the Jews in Germany suffered from hatred and violence that the world did not know was possible. What came later is a crime that has no equal - the teardown of civilization - the ...

A Piece Of Texas In Jerusalem

In a Twitter post on Wednesday night, Texas Governor Greg Abbott unveiled a cornerstone plaque that will be placed in the US Embassy in Jerusalem. In his post, he explained that "it recounts the Texas-Israel connection and has the Texas seal on it. Can’t wait to see it in Jerusalem." Written on the plaque in both Hebrew and English, it says: ...

IDF Ceremony in Hebron

LGBT Demonstration in Downtown Jerusalem

LGBT activists protest decision to restrict homosexual couples from employing surrogate mothers. Yona Schnitzer/TPS

IDF Providing Humanitarian Aid to Syrian Refugees on Border

New memorial for soldiers who fought for the Jewish Legion during World War 1 in Binyamin Regional Council

Fire Balloon

A balloon carrying explosive material sent from Gaza into Israel