04.28.2017 | 2 Iyar, 5777
For Abbas, meeting with Netanyahu is the easy part
Russia slams alleged Israeli strike on Syria
Arab merchants shut stores in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners
Remaining alert: 15 years after Israel's biggest West Bank op since 1967
Netanyahu slams German FM for insulting victims of Holocaust
Peace Now protest blocked by police near Kohav Yaakov
US Senate unanimously signs letter asking UN to address anti-Israel bias
Syrian opposition leader hails alleged Israeli strike on Hezbollah hub
Bennett wins re-election as Bayit Yehudi head
Storming the Labor Party leadership
Netanyahu’s muscular diplomacy
Television: ‘Girls,’ guys and Oprah
Movie Review: A soft rain permeates ‘After the Storm’
The best of both worlds at Kitchen Bar
Veneziana in Haifa
Basketball star Amar’e Stoudemire reveals he is learning Hebrew
Basketball: Jerusalem beats Herzliya for 3rd straight win
Soccer: Beersheba looking to clinch championship at Mac TA
Vered helps Beitar leap over Petah Tikva into 3rd place
American Heart Association picks United Hatzalah as training partner
Israeli greens to march in global campaign against Trump climate policies
Israel’s united and uniting rescue team
A radiant idea
Teen pot smokers run high risk of schizophrenia, Israeli researchers find
Bird makes a rare stop in Israel after 'wrong turn'
Two million head to the outdoors this Passover holiday
Kinneret’s deceptive depths a new danger to swimmers
Editor's Notes: Why we are hosting Sebastian Gorka
Column one: Netanyahu’s bold move against Europe
Independence Day: Celebrating the process
Rooted in 3,000 years of history
New photos emerge of Jewish convert Jenna Jameson's baby
Report: Desperate Syrians sell kidneys, eyes to Lebanese organ traffickers
Assad behind April 4 chemical attack, French intelligence confirms
Turkey detains 800 people over suspected links to US-based cleric
Khamenei says next Iranian president should be less engaged with West
Trump says Iran violating ‘spirit’ of nuclear deal
Tillerson: An 'unchecked Iran' could follow same path as North Korea
Trump administration certifies Iran compliant with nuclear deal
Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict ISIS from Mosul
Egypt says air strikes kill ISIS leaders in Sinai
Islamic State seeking alliance with al Qaida, Iraqi vice president says
US-backed forces launch new attacks on Islamic State in Syria
US Holocaust Museum condemns reported persecution of gay men in Chechnya
Wisconsin students blame Israel for violence against African-Americans
The French Jewish community's hardening position against Le Pen
NYC council candidate's platform: Stop 'greedy Jewish landlords'
Tel Aviv to house world's first construction tech hub
Minority Report: In pursuit of Optima results
Israeli firm, US Department of Defense to fight infectious disease together
Families of Holocaust victims and survivors reunited thanks to MDA tracing unit
S.Korea, US warn of punishment for N.Korea; US stresses sanctions
Ivanka Trump hissed at W20 Summit for defending father
Trump: UN Security Council must ready new sanctions on N.Korea
Larry King: Trump presidency highlights his lack of experience
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
Grapevine: Happy 69th
Star Catcher - Astrology for the week of April 28, 2017
Grapevine: Tracing unit
Grapevine: Goldin’s letter
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 24, 2017
Ivanka Trump visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 27, 2017
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 19, 2017
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Just a Thought: On sirens
Publicly lauding Israel – from Iran
Unable to fight
Pascale’s kitchen: From the old country
A kashrut controversy – for one day
Adventures in bentsching
Touring the city
From prayer to fulfillment: Israel’s first birthday
Q&A with Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota
A hero of two armies
Celebrating at 60
Savta Suzy and Saba Momi
לְכָל אֶחָד יְרוּשָלַיִם
אַלְבּוֹם חָדָש: שָלוֹש
אַחַת. אַחַת וְאַחַת
הַמַסָע אֶל הַצִיוּר: אַבְרָהָם פֶרְדוֹ
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
European pro-Israel lobby goes into the lion’s den
Christians, Muslims must live in peace, leading reverend says
Texas professors condemn Israel trip for students
Austrian Chancellor Plants Tree at the Grove of Nations
Fighting Fire with Fire
KOSHER IN CUZCO
Radical Islamic immigration strategy
The Oscars and Hollywood's hypocrisy; Dear Hollywood, If You Want To Help Women, You Must Strictly And Unapologetically Defend The Values That Have Allowed Women To Thrive.
The New Israel Fund's Law of Return
Gabriel Barkay was told by Arab guard and police not to refer to holy site as ‘Temple Mount’ during tour with college students.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
An archeological hub for visitors from both Israel and abroad, the campus will also house an educational center for students.
By SHARON UDASIN
Edward Robinson identified almost 200 biblical sites.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
Dual find gives glimpse into how the area near Rosh Ha'Ayin changed due to drought and the spread of Christianity.
Archaeologists say structures were built in the Byzantine period beside the ancient road leading between Jerusalem and the coastal plain.
Safdie: The country must continue to prioritize advancing its infrastructure and develop more popular tourist sites.
Confirming Cervantes’s Leonese origins would also confirm his crypto- Jewish life.
By MARION FISCHEL
Le site de Khirbet Qeiyafa est-il la ville biblique perdue de Chaarayim ? Abritait-il un sanctuaire conçu sur le modèle du Temple de Salomon à Jérusalem ?
By BEN FISHER
Les Palestiniens poursuivent leur offensive et réclament désormais les Manuscrits
de la mer Morte
By MICHÈLE MAZEL
Rencontre avec Frankie Snyder, la femme qui recolle les dalles du Second Temple
By CARL HOFFMAN
Amateurs d’archéologie, la ville antique romaine se doit de figurer sur votre itinéraire
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Les pierres de Lakish n’ont pas fini de révéler leurs secrets. Dans ces ruines se cache l’histoire de douloureux combats
By AVIVA BAR-AM
L’institution fête son cinquantenaire anniversaire. Son directeur, James Snyder, a un rêve : la faire entrer dans la cour des grands, en lui donnant une coloration « Art moderne »
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
The struggle to keep Jerusalem’s treasures – its historic buildings – from being destroyed.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The exhibition brings together for the first time ever the handful of surviving 2nd-century bronze busts of the emperor who was cultured yet so cruel.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
The City of David’s upcoming archeology conference will focus on the work being done
to ensure these treasures don’t fade from memory.
Visitors will be able to pray in Caesarea's 2,000-year-old synagogue. Joint development initiated to draw 3 million tourists to ancient port city by 2030.
The statue fragment was probably made in the Egyptian art style common during the Late Bronze Age, approximately 3,500 years ago.
There are over 1,200 documented caves in Israel, although researchers believe thousands more remain undiscovered.
Findings from 10th century BC may provide evidence of biblical battle in Kingdom of Edom
"It’s rare to find a wall engraving of a menorah, which substantiates the scientific research regarding the Jewish nature of the settlement during the Second Temple period," says archeologist.
Fava – also known as the faba or ful bean – is a nutritious source of protein, fiber, carbohydrates and minerals in the diets of many cultures around the world.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Archeologists uncovered his name – Gargilius Antiques – engraved on a massive rectangular stone, during a maritime excavation at the Tel Dor archeological site south of Haifa.
Is Khirbet Qeiyafa the lost biblical city of Shaaraim? And did it have a shrine modeled after Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem?
In addition to the unique pottery vessel, other vessels and metal items were found, including several daggers, arrowheads, an axe head, sheep bones, and what are likely the bones of a donkey.
Proposed pluralist prayer area would be built above Herodian-era remains.
By JEREMY SHARON
Archeologists discover artifacts dating back some 3,600 year at the Tel Gezer excavation site.
By ARIEL WHITMAN
The coin from the 8th century AD, is inscribed with Arabic and mentions the name of the Prophet Muhammad and speaks of monotheism.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
The tablet was acquired in 1943 by an archeologist, who owned it until his death in 2000.
"This is a fascinating testimony of the intensive bombardment by the Roman army, led by Titus, on their way to conquering the city and destroying the Second Temple," says IAA.
“The coin is exceptional because this is the first time that a coin of this kind has turned up in Jerusalem in a scientific dig.”
"This is a discovery of historic magnitude because this battle was the last battle fought by a Jewish army in Israel until modern times."
"The kiln was meticulously constructed, and consisted of two chambers," says IAA.
Old City beautification project initiated to celebrate 50-year anniversary of reunification of Jerusalem.
Clay artifact dates back to Crusader Period.
Since 2000, the ancient city of Hippos has gradually been unearthed by an international expedition.
The three-week excavation was the first part of a national campaign to recover as many artifacts as possible left behind by Jewish rebels who hid in the desert some 2,000 years ago.
East Jerusalem museum’s library and relics to be relocated to Antiquities Authority’s West Jerusalem offices.
Israel Antiquities Authority praises child, presents him with certificate of appreciation for good citizenship.
"Discovery proves there was a thriving settlement in the Jerusalem area in ancient times."
"The wealth of inscriptions from the cemeteries attests to the strong Jewish presence and the city’s social elite in the Late Roman period," says archaeologist.
Itai Halpern of Pardesiya was granted a certificate of honor after discovering the head of a statue from the First Temple period
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Well preserved 1,700-year-old artistry depicts hunting, animals, fish, flowers in baskets, vases and birds.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project, now in its 10th year, has uncovered hundreds of thousands of invaluable antiquities from tons of ancient debris discarded like trash from Judaism’s holiest site.
"The descriptions from 150 years ago were revealed right here in front of our eyes, and we discovered the magnificent burial vaults," says archaeologist.
Archeologists at Bar-Ilan University have discovered the remnants of the ancient city of Gath, one of the largest and most influential cities in the region.
By ROSIE PERPER
'This is one of the first, if not the first, cases of manmade pollution on the planet' said Professor Barkai, lead researcher at Tel Aviv University.
“The importance of the scene lies in the possible symbolic context, it being part of a complex ritual known in Mesopotamia as the ‘sacred marriage'."
According to the archaeologist the mask is unlike any other discovered before due to its great size, larger than a human head.
House of David inscription, part of the “Assyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age” exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Nation’s first archaeological surveyors and present-day counterparts to meet at Tel Aviv University to launch online database.
The Kula Forest offers visitors a plethora of activities, from wildlife viewing and hiking to exploring archeological sites.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Sculptor Akram Anastas counts Judaica, Christian and Muslim art among his stone treasures.
Israeli and several Palestinian workers were digging at entrance to cave when rocks began falling down the mountain, trapping the man.
Dig reveals small rural settlement with stone houses; each building housed a single nuclear family, consisted of several rooms and an open courtyard.
"It was like hitting the jackpot," says Filip Vukosavovic, an expert in ancient Babylonia, Sumeria and Assyria after reading the tablets.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,REUTERS
Israel Antiquities Authority: This is among the most important Latin inscriptions ever discovered in Jerusalem.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem archaeologists use new technology to unearth containers dating back to the Iron Age.
By ORTAL HARUSH, HEBREW UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY
The full significance of an exhibit in Jerusalem dedicated to Hadrian can only be understood when one considers Hadrian’s relationship with the Jews and the Land of Israel.
By ARON WHITE
Secret excavations were completed by a British officer under the Temple Mount.
By DAVID GUREVICH AND ANAT KIDRON
The Bible states clearly that David was buried in the City of David; if anywhere should be hallowed as a place for pilgrimage and prayer, it is there.
By MAX BLACKSTON