Later this month, city residents will be able to watch movies on a lake in Yarkon Park while rocking gently in socially distanced boats.
The level of destruction from the massive explosion at Beirut’s port last week is 10 times worse than what 15 years of civil war did, says Roderick Sursock, owner of Beirut’s landmark palace.
Tensions with the Gaza Strip have escalated over the past week. Most link it to the coming end of monthly payments from Qatar.
In the seventh week of mass protests, some 15,000 gathered near the prime minister's official residence in Jerusalem where they chanted for removing the government, i24News reports.
'It's inappropriate to lift the restrictions on conventional weapons' movement to and from Iran until it ceases to provide weapons to terrorist and sectarian organizations,' said the bloc of Arab nations.
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz warned the Palestinian terror group that the IDF would mount a more 'significant response' if arson attacks from Gaza don't cease.
'I am happy that this mask gave us enough work for our employees to be able to provide them jobs in very challenging times like these,' said designer Isaac Levy.
'I initially just wanted to help, but then it became my life, says Israeli photographer Mor Shaal, who documents life on the street in Tel Aviv.
Gunmen armed with silencers kill man identified by opposition websites as being a Hezbollah official
Warren, who supports the Squad's radical agenda and on Saturday endorsed Omar in her reelection campaign, appears to have major influence over Biden.
Nineteen years ago a Palestinian suicide bomber murdered 15 people and wounded 130 in a horrific terror attack.
Large numbers of men, women, and children walked through gaps in the security fence, carrying their bags, beach mats, and food.
Bizarre case of Israeli TV journalist whose mother hid cooking ingredients from her daughter by locking them in her bedroom.
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Here is a recap of the top Israel news stories on August 9, 2020.
Whether the national leadership likes it or not, their point man in Philadelphia has embraced a view of the Jewish people that would sit happily with any and every white supremacist.
The prime minister is looking for replacements so he can rid himself of Blue and White, reports say.
It quickly became clear that Twitter had no intention of making the necessary changes to prevent Khamenei’s anti-Semitic tweets.
The New York Times reports on Friday that it found the ship that delivered the deadly cargo to Beirut 7 years ago.
Macron wants Trump to funnel money to the terror group as a way to rebuild Lebanon.
Beirut demonstrators hung an effigy of Hezbollah party leader Hassan Nasrallah.
Palestinians open fire on the responding IDF unit, which answered with mortars into Gaza. No injuries reported.
According to Makor Rishon, 'Intelligence sources estimate that the status of Hezbollah Chairman Hassan Nasrallah is still strong, despite the protests in the street.'
The conversation turned sour when Trump brought up the campaign and accused Adelson of not doing enough to help.
I believe that explosives, ammunition, and missile fuel (which are highly volatile and flammable substances) were stored by Hezbollah in this warehouse after being shipped from Iran.
As a politician, his policy prescription was tell the truth, indirectly pointing out how hard that is when courage is required to do so.
The destruction of Jerusalem, dated 9th of Av 586 BCE, can serve as an exceptional chronological anchor for archaeomagnetic dating – accurate down to a single day.
Arsen Ostrovsky, human rights lawyer, discusses Twitter's "gross double-standards" where the social media giant allows genocidal tweets against Israel by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei but flags tweets by President Donald Trump.
Lebanese demonstrators stormed government buildings such as the Foreign Ministry.
The prime minister recently called the demonstrators 'anarchists' inciting violence against him, accusing the media of strengthening protests with heavy coverage.
Ammonium nitrate is one of the agents reportedly responsible for the massive blast in Beirut this week, but experts are also questioning whether other explosives were also present.
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz warned terror groups that Israel will defend itself without reservation.
NAACP said Rodney Muhammad, who promoted an anti-Semitic conspiracy online, will meet with community leaders 'open a dialogue.'
The gesture of solidarity after the blast leveled a good part of Beirut was criticized by at least some Lebanese citizens.
Social media giant’s Israel office says profiles inciting against Benjamin Netanyahu, comparing him to Hitler were fabricated.
Iran-backed terror group threatened chemical 'atomic bomb' in Haifa and was also caught stockpiling ammonium nitrate.
Support for both Netanyahu and Gantz drops while Bennett's Yamina party gains popularity.
'Such false charges should have never been given a platform on a mainstream current affairs show, and should have been rejected and refuted immediately,' says Jewish leader.
President of American Jewish Congress says Abrams 'will have little time to settle in,' citing upcoming deadline to extend UN arms embargo on Iran.
Gunman who seized hostages at bank in France arrested after making strange demands for Palestinian prisoners, prayer.
Fifteen years after Israel evicted Jews from the Gaza Strip, Rivka Goldschmidt recalls what it was like living there and why she moved there.
He wrote as many as 60 books on an array of topics, including commentaries on the Talmud, the Torah, Jewish mysticism, Chassidism and Jewish philosophy.
It now falls to the Transportation, Health and Foreign Ministers to formulate a plan that will enable Israelis to travel abroad in 10 days.
Vaccine that showed success in treating animals to be given to humans in next stage of trials.
The Israeli police launched an investigation after police officers on patrol in the area noticed the Israeli flag torn and apparently vandalized.
The banner stated, 'Hitler was right,' and displayed an image of the former Nazi leader.
CT scan of Egyptian mummies at Rambam Hospital in Haifa reveals they are symbols to ancient gods.
Here is a recap of the top Israel news stories on August 6, 2020.
A Jewish family made their home in Canada’s far north and found allies of Israel in the unlikeliest places.
Reports say the young Jewish woman was either forced, or mistakenly entered the car with Palestinian plates, but managed to jump out to save herself.
Russians already stated intention of resuming trade of arms to Islamic regime.
'This is a terrible, terrible disaster. The big question is how many people are missing. The numbers are between 1,000 to 4,000,' says Amos Yadlin.
After fiery Knesset session rife with finger-pointing and insults, pundits say Israeli politicians are positioning themselves for a fresh round of elections.
'There’s a dramatic rise in anti-Semitism and there’s a large number of members of Congress who are open anti-Semites,' Klein said.
Only hours after the terrible explosion that rocked Beirut on Tuesday, Israeli politicians reached out with the promise of aid to the beleaguered city.
Kids are dying. Why are we enabling forces that contribute to the slaughter?
It is under investigation whether the fire touched off the cargo of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate — a highly explosive component of fertilizers.
The news of Tlaib's victory will be disheartening to most American Jews given Tlaib's overt anti-Semitism.
Though yet to be released Finding My Place is already the top new release on Amazon’s women and Judaism list, and it’s the fifth-ranked new release in Jewish biographies.
Governor of Beirut Marwan Abboud broke down in tears while being interviewed by Sky News Arabia TV amid the wreckage at the scene of Tuesday's explosion.
Dror Tamir, co-Founder and CEO of Hargol Foodtech, is adding some new products to the company's offerings, including locust protein pancake mix and smoothie locust powders.