The Fellowship's Yonit Rothchild shares about Shabbat (the Sabbath) in her small town just south of Jerusalem.
Summers in Israel are dry (almost no rain from April to October), warm (temperatures in the 80s and 90s), and full of the unique charms that make the Holy Land such a special place for locals and tourists alike.
Israel21c has compiled a list of their eight favorite things about summer in Israel, starting with Jerusalem at night.
Gila Almagor is an actress who is known as queen of Israeli cinema and theater.
When researchers recently discovered 6,000-year-old barley seeds in the Judean Desert, they couldn't believe how well preserved the seeds remained. The seeds' condition has allowed scientists to study their DNA and gain more information about the history of cereal's domestication in the Jordan Valley.
While chocolate hummus may seem a bit strange, if you include chocolate chips, peanut butter, and maple syrup instead of garlic and lemon juice, hummus can actually taste pretty sweet!
There was a festive atmosphere at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv today as 147 new olim (immigrants) from France arrived safely in Israel on the most recent Fellowship Freedom Flights.
Recently discovered fortress walls and towers in Bethsaida, Galilee, show that the Geshurite kingdom was more powerful than researchers originally thought.
Nathan "Gino" Narboni, who also served in the USAF, flew combat missions during Israel's War of Independence.
The famed conductor Arturo Toscanini not only protested fascism and refused to appear in Nazi Germany, but conducted the opening of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
A kibbutz is an Israeli communal settlement, usually on a farm. These communities are often dedicated to mutual assistance and social justice, and more than 250 exist in Israel today. But the kibbutz movement has been around since the turn of the last century, and we love the story of one such community that formed in the fall of 1945 in the most surprising spot: the home of Julius Streicher, who published the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer.