The vandalism extends a pattern of attacks on Christian sites in Israel.
Though a minority in a city with a majority of Jews and Muslims, Christians have a long history in Israel’s capital.
An innovative exhibition of the pottery of Nicole Kornberg Jacobovici in Jerusalem
This year, Hanukkah and Christmas overlap, so we are looking forward to welcoming visitors of all faiths to celebrate the two holidays.
This is a great opportunity for everyone to get out in nature and visit sites all over the country and enjoy the fresh air and the holiday festivities.
Thoughts about ascending the Temple Mount in Jerusalem: It was scary, emotional, fascinating and infuriating. And necessary.
The needs of those in Israel changed drastically, especially with the foundation of the state. As a result, Colel Chabad adapted to become what it is today.
While it may at first glance appear to be a bit of Vandal-era vandalism, the apparent graffiti shenanigans was actually a deliberate attempt by the clergy to redeem souls and honor the dead.
During the months of September and October, the streets of Jerusalem were full of visitors – tourists from abroad, pilgrims and families of Israelis who returned to visit the capital.
In Jerusalem's Old City, you will be able to see a new exhibit of 27 ceramic pieces by a Canadian-born artist.