Among the fields of collaboration agreed to in the 2020 Abraham Accords, the two institutions are working to preserve historical memory and cultural heritage.
Strainers found in two different sites in the region testify of beer production and consumption in the Chalcolithic period, possibly in connection with ceremonies and feasts.
On July 7, 1937, 84 years ago, the report of the Palestine Royal Commission, also referred to as the Peel Commission, was submitted to Parliament.
To provide a fully inclusive account of today’s Israel, an astonishingly wide range of topics and issues needs to be covered. "Heartbeats" touches on more than 30.
Usually when we use the term “Jewish bookshelf,” we mean the compendium of basic texts. But recently I was fascinated by an actual Jewish bookshelf, which led me on an exploratory journey.
Archaeologists uncovered how King Sennacherib’s army built the massive siege ramp that allowed them to defeat the city some 2,700 years ago.
Some of these asteroids were around 10 kilometers in size, and struck the Earth 10 times as often as current models would have suggested.
Rebecca Affachiner was a pioneer in many ways. Her love for Israel will always be seen in the flag that she made and her lasting tributes to the people, the land and the institutions of this country.
New documents released by the Israeli State Archives show proof of British police covering up the intentional killing of Jewish youth in Mandatory Palestine in the 1940s.
As a 23-year-old fighter pilot, Ramon was pondering his purpose in the world. A professor offered insight.