Jerusalem's Hebrew University has erected a new Albert Einstein Museum in a planetarium.
“The battle against anti-Semitism and our policy of zero tolerance against all anti-Semitic tendencies is very important to me,” Austria’s newly elected leader Sebastian Kurz stated.
Israeli archaeologists' recent discovery near the former Temple complex sheds light on Jerusalem's ancient history.
New archeological evidence found in Jerusalem provides a window into the beliefs and rituals of ancient times.
Meetchabrim (Hebrew for connecting) is replicating the biblical pilgrimages in which Jews traveled by foot to Jerusalem during the festivals of Sukkot, Passover and Shavuot.
As Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon says in the video, Israel now has many friends in the world.
Trump sent videotaped wishes to the Jewish people for a "Happy New Year", ahead of this week's Rosh Hashanah holiday.
Thousands of Jewish worshipers came to Jerusalem's Western Wall for early morning prayers in the days leading up to the Jewish New Year, also known as the Day of Judgment.
Salvador Dali produced Zionist-themed paintings and a piece that was a tribute to the Jewish people.
The Klezmer music festival has kicked off in the mystical Israeli city of Safed.
Putin presented Netanyahu with the first Bible ever printed with the commentary of Rashi.
Archaeologists in Jerusalem uncovered a Greek inscription mentioning the Byzantine emperor Justinian, which they described as an "archaeological miracle."
Jewish comedian and fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Jerry Lewis, passed away Sunday at the age of 91.
Remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna were recently exposed, 70 years after it was destroyed by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
The Hebrew University launched the world’s largest online database of Jewish art, representing the culmination of 30 years of documentation.
Jewish manuscripts are being made available for viewing online at the click of a button.
An ancient workshop uncovered by archaeologists in the Galilee sheds light on ritual norms in Israel during the Second Temple era.
Yuval Admony, a piano professor, describes the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes.
Israel's National Library launched the most comprehensive online digitized library of manuscripts in the world.
"Unbelievable! Over 1,000 Jews so far have ascended the Temple Mount... This number is unprecedented! Times are changing."
Evidence of the wealth of the Judean kingdom's capital and its destruction by the Babylonians were recently exposed in Jerusalem.
An impressive First Temple era water reservoir was chanced upon by Israeli students.
Orit Martin explains how her skills combine with technology, allowing her to use the computer screen as a canvas.
Recently discovered panels on an ancient synagogue floor in the Galilee show famous biblical sagas unfolding.
London’s Mayor has finally agreed to support the designation of all of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
Flutist Heftsiba Zer Aviv breathes new life into the sounds on which she was raised as the child of Yemenite and Algerian Jews
Fans of history convened from around the world in northern Israel to reenact an epic battle between the Crusades and the Muslims.
How did 900-year-old rings, bracelets, earrings and hairpins end up in the kitchen of a Crusader fortress tower in Modi'in?
A First Temple era inscription, hidden for almost 3,000 years, was exposed through advanced imaging technology.
The theme of identity exploration is a unifying component in the eclectic, high-quality artistic productions at this year's Israel Festival.
Leonardo Farkas was seen distributing $100 bills to Jews praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem Monday.
A water system dating back hundreds of years was recently exposed prior to the widening of a highway.
New archaeological findings shed light on the last battle between the Romans and the Jews almost 2,000 years ago.
Jerusalem's massive ancient reservoirs serviced Second Temple-era Jewish worshipers, new research has found.
Hundreds of thousands celebrated Lag B'Omer Saturday night at the gravesite of revered Jewish mystic Shimon Bar Yochai.
Findings testifying to the fierce fighting between the British and Ottoman forces were exposed in the center of Israel.
The Land of Israel constantly reveals hidden treasures, testifying testifying to its rich history and the Jewish People's deep and long-lasting ties to its land. This time, archaeologists discovered an extraordinary 1,500-year-old mother-of-pearl tablet etched with a menorah in the ancient town of Caesarea.
On the morning of Yom HaShoah, Israelis across the country stopped whatever they were doing and stood still in memory of the Six Million.
A Jewish family is seeking recognition of its past ownership of one of the world's oldest Passover Haggadah.
A finger fragment from a statue of an Egyptian god or king was found in soil excavated from the Temple Mount, just ahead of Passover.