Have you ever wondered about the stories behind the street names in Israel’s cities and towns?
“We regularly review the language to ensure that it can continue to be enjoyed by all.”
Former Knesset Member Dov Lipman: “In his new memoir, the former U.S. president misleads readers in a way that will forever shape their negative perspective of the Jewish state.”
In Israel, history, hikes, and beauty are just around the corner!
A beautiful video produced by the Israeli government gives a detailed and entertaining lesson covering Jewish history from 4 BCE when the Second Temple stood until the present day.
A 3,200-year-old text that lay undeciphered for 140 years describes the military campaign of the fabled ‘Sea People’ and the downfall of the Hittites.
A collection of historical photos of Jerusalem, curated by Israel’s National Library, show the holy city in an entirely new light: that of color.
Mykytiuk has established that the existence of at least 53 people described in the Bible is confirmed by the historical record.
The first two cannons are classified as “sakers,” measuring around 11.5 feet long, and the third cannon is a “falcon,” measuring nine feet long.
The mystery of King Solomon’s mines has yet to be solved, but researchers have found dyestuff used to dye textiles in the area of the Timna copper mines, some 30 kilometers north of Eilat.