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JERUSALEM — Archaeologists unveiled a 2,700-year-old papyrus fragment, described as “the earliest extra-biblical source to mention Jerusalem in Hebrew writing” the Israel … more
Israel could have done a better job of enlisting Christian allies in its efforts to prevent the United Nations from passing a resolution erasing the Jewish connection to the Temple … more
On the last day of the festival, a teenager in faux-chain mail parried blows from a boy in a knitted kippah, whose side locks flew as he swung a massive battle ax. Nearby, women served soda and snacks … more
UNESCO’s history-defying vote asserting that the Temple Mount is sacred only to Muslims, echoes anti-Israel propaganda across the Middle East and ignores that the ancient Greeks, Romans, … more
This summer, 30,000 young Jews from 59 countries visited Israel on 10-day Birthright trips. Birthright said this week it would begin offering 7-day trips to allow busy young professionals to … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The United States, Israeli officials and Jewish groups reacted with outrage to a preliminary vote by the United Nations cultural agency that denies a Jewish connection to … more
WikiLeaks recently exposed an email written by former White House official Stuart Eisenstadt that discussed the Obama administration’s deteriorating relationship with Israel and warned, … more
JERUSALEM — A newly approved plan to build 98 homes in the Shiloh Valley in northern Samaria has renewed longstanding tensions between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu. Both the … more
Sonya Loya never felt Catholic; it was Judaism she was drawn to.  In the 1990s, the New Mexico-native, while in her late 30s, discovered her family’s hidden secret … more
JERUSALEM — Amit Zakoon’s flower business literally started with a seed, but it quickly grew into one of Jerusalem’s premier purveyors of luxury sukkahs. “We work for all … more
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