As Israel turns 70, President Reuven Rivlin writes about how the Jewish state has been both a light unto the world and a light in his own life.
Stand for Israel Blog - Israel
A two-minute siren brought the Jewish state to a halt today as all Israelis paused to remember the many lives lost during her 70 years of existence.
As the Jewish state began Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terror, PM Netanyahu mourned all Israelis lost, including his own brother.
Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics shows that 74.5% of the country's population is Jewish, and predicts that population will grow to 15.2 million by the year 2048.
The Times of Israel's founding editor analyzes the threat to Israel posed by an emboldened and nearby Islamic Republic.