How a Dutch student exposed Holocaust taxation scandal

Charlotte van den Berg

Charlotte van den Berg battles for survivors to be compensated … [Read more...]

Lutheran nuns end half-century Jerusalem mission to Shoah survivors

Lutheran nuns

Now an era is ending, and the nuns are at something of a loss   … [Read more...]

Passover blood libels, then and now

pyramids

The festival celebrates our freedom from slavery, exodus from Egypt … [Read more...]

3,300-year-old Egyptian coffin found in Jezreel Valley

Egyptian coffin

Ancient Egyptians ruled what is now Israel in Late Bronze Age … [Read more...]

Residents of Jisr az-Zarqa beckon Israel Trail hikers to enjoy their town

Jisr az-Zarqa

‘We hope this path will bring happiness and make this a tourism city’ … [Read more...]

Israel Air Force posts selfie of the century

IAF selfie

IDF goes above and beyond in joining latest photo trend … [Read more...]

Explore the sandy reaches of the Negev Desert

Negev dunes

Go south for sandboarding, hummus, wine tasting and night safaris … [Read more...]

How to thwart terrorism at 29,000 feet, by the only pilot who ever did

El Al crew

With MH370 gone, an El Al pilot recalls how he saved his passengers … [Read more...]

On the trail of ‘Israel’s Petra’: Amram’s Pillars

Amram's Pillars

Five towering pillars carved out of sandstone by water … [Read more...]

World’s oldest masks united for first time at the Israel Museum

oldest masks

9,000-year-old stone masks originated in the ancient Land of Israel … [Read more...]

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