Czech Republic to move embassy to Jerusalem

The Czech Republic’s President, Prime Minister, Parliament Speaker and Foreign and Defense ministers have all endorsed the move of the Czech embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Czech President Milos Zeman is scheduled to open the embassy during his visit in November.

A million visit Western Wall

More than one million people visited the Western Wall (Kotel) in Jerusalem during the past month. And see the photos of the many thousands that went to the Kotel for special prayers on the day before Yom Kippur.

Sukkot in Jerusalem

Highlights of activities in Jerusalem over the festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles) include the Jerusalem Parade, tours in Safra Square , "BeChatzerot" ("In the Courtyards") music festival and tours in the enchanted courtyards of Jerusalem, Ein Kerem Festival and Beit Lechem Road Festival.

US Ambassador corrects a mistake

In the excitement of the move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Ambassador David Friedman misplaced an important item.  Watch him on his mission to replace it.

The most important pro-Israel organization you may not have heard of

Since its launch in 2015, the Maccabee Task Force (MTF) has been providing students with “the strategies and resources they need to tell the truth about Israel.” Last year MTF held 891 pro-Israel events and brought 746 campus leaders to Israel.

Fiji stands with Israel

Very moving video of Fijian Israel supporters celebrating Israel’s 70th anniversary.

A year to remember

A short glimpse of some of the more memorable of Israel’s achievements in 5778.

Red heifer born in Israel

A red heifer (Para Aduma – totally red female calf) has been born – the first in Israel. A red heifer is the source of the purification waters that were sprinkled in Temple times on anyone with ritual impurity.

Next year in Jerusalem?

Israel’s Prime Minister invites Jews from around the world to visit Israel.

1,020 ancient clay seals discovered

Archeologists have uncovered a trove of 1,020 clay seal impressions dated from the Maccabean era, over 2,100 years ago. They were found in a newly discovered 7-room cave complex at the ancient city of Maresha, part of the Bet Guvrin-Maresha National Park in central Israel.