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Seven People Killed in Jerusalem Synagogue Shooting

Seven Israeli people were killed in a shooting at a Synagogue in Jerusalem on Friday night. Local police have described the incident as a terrorist attack. The shooting occurred at a synagogue in the Neve Yaakov neighborhood of East Jerusalem....

Mystery Over Ancient Hand Imprint Discovered in Israel

Mystery surrounds the recent discovery of an ancient hand imprint carved into a stone wall in Jerusalem, Israel. Israeli archaeologists said Wednesday that they are trying to uncover the meaning of the imprint at the wall of an ancient moat...

Palestinians Angered by Israeli Minister’s Visit to Jerusalem Holy Site

Palestinians have decried the visit of Israeli Minister of National Security to a holy site in Jerusalem, calling it an "unprecedented provocation." Furthermore, minister Itamar Ben-Gvir's approach to security issues is unpopular with some Palestinians. His visit to the holy...

Benjamin Netanyahu Sworn in as Prime Minister of Israel’s Controversial Government

On Thursday, Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn in as Prime Minister of Israel during a special session of the Knesset in Jerusalem. His coalition government has been described as the most religious and hardline government in Israeli history. Netanyahu's Likud party...

Tomb of Salome, the Midwife Who Delivered Jesus, Reveals Treasures

Just days before Christians celebrate Christ's birth, the Tomb of Salome was discovered—along with other treasures—in the process of excavations at a burial cave located in a Jerusalem forest. Salome was the midwife from Bethlehem who delivered Jesus. According to...

2,200-Year-Old Greek ‘Victory’ Sling Bullet Discovered in Israel

A lead sling bullet inscribed with the message, "Victory of Heracles and Hauronas" in Greek, was discovered in the Israeli city of Yavne. The Israel Antiquities Authority announced on Thursday that the sling bullet told The Times of Israel that...

Earliest Known Evidence of Cooking Discovered in Israel

Scientists have unearthed at an archaeological site in Israel the earliest known evidence of cooking in the history of the human revolution dating back 780,000 years. The evidence from a detailed study of fish teeth indicates that a fundamental shift...

Israeli Αrchaeologists Find Ancient Comb With Full Sentence

An ancient ivory comb with an inscription has been discovered by Israeli archaeologists dating back 3,700 years ago. The evidence revealed that the finding may be the earliest example of a sentence in Canaanite alphabetical script. The inscription urged people during...

Opium Found at Ancient Burial Site Possible Offering to the Gods

Opium traces found at an Israeli burial site might have been offerings to gods, according to new research. Archeologists analyzed residue left in eight out of twenty-two vessels discovered amongst the remains and dated it back to approximately the...

The Brave Greeks Who Saved the Jews of Zakynthos

The Jews of Zakynthos, Greece's beautiful Ionian island, owe their survival during the dark days of the German occupation to two brave Greeks. Zakynthos, also known as Zante, is famous worldwide for its splendid natural beauty and the incomparable hospitality...