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Well over thirty percent of the visitors to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem in August were dati leumi families.
Lewis Holden, 19, from Walmer Bridge, has been to Palestine on a summer trip. These are some photos from his visit.
Noam Chen is a Tel Aviv-based photographer, specializing mostly in landscape photography.
Plane returned to its origin halfway through the flight after the pilot determined that his staff members could not stay overnight at Ben Gurion Airport.
Under cover of darkness, 40 Filipino peacekeepers made a daring escape after being surrounded and under fire for seven hours by Syrian rebels in the Golan Heights, Philippine officials said Sunday, leaving 44 Fijian troops still in the hands of the al-Qaida-linked insurgents.
Netiv Ha'asara resident Shagi Yossef return home with his son after more than a mouth out of his house.
On a shady hill in Jerusalem, a group of students and their teacher pass around a poster.
President Barack Obama's approach to the U.S. role in burning conflicts of the Middle East and Ukraine, expressed in a press conference Thursday, promises that appropriate reflection and consultation will precede any further action.
In the 1980s a fiery young anti-Zionist rabbi from Jerusalem founded Lev Tahor, which means "pure heart" in Hebrew.
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel will travel to Georgia and Turkey after attending a Nato summit in Cardiff next week, as escalating conflicts in Ukraine, Syria and Iraq dominate his agenda.
Life is full of regrets, but I have found the best course of action is to press on and focus on the things that lie ahead and do your best to help those you encounter along the way.
The Michigan State University students were still jet-lagged from their ten-hour flight when news of rockets striking Sderot reached them in Jerusalem.
But the well-stocked re-election fund won't cover the thousands of dollars associated with the State Police detail that provided round-the-clock security for the candidate.
President Obama on Thursday shunted aside speculation that he will soon expand the U.S. bombing campaign against Islamic extremists into Syria, saying the military mission for now will remain focused on Iraq.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:31 am
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