Israel Travel News
News on Israel Travel continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
3 hrs ago | SBWire
Israel's growing and highly urbanised population, together with increasing levels of disposable income, is forecast to lead to a strong rise in household spending across all retail subsectors over the next few years.
Trending on the Topix Network
6 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
The Anti-Defamation League has reacted harshly to reports that several members of US Congress and representatives of the country's intelligence community have cautioned against admitting Israel into the State Department's visa waiver program due to concerns over espionage.
8 hrs ago | The Jewish Journal
The United States and Israel are creating a working group to help Israel advance toward joining the visa waiver program.
12 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Foreign minister says there is no lack of problems in Middle East for Israel to contend with; Liberman: Israel will support all efforts to solve conflict in the fastest way possible, without confrontation.
14 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Israeli President Shimon Peres speaks to journalists after visiting the Forbidden City in Beijing, April 9, 2014.
18 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
People stand in line to go through passport control at Ben-Gurion International Airport in Israel, September 21, 2008.
Seriously, folks, once Barack Obama is no longer in office: just let him go away.
It is 3 p.m. on Friday in French Hill, Jerusalem. I've missed the last bus into the city.
As the Passover holiday week concluded on Monday evening, Israel Nature and Parks Authority and Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund reported a collective total of approximately 3.5 million visitors to their parks and recreation sites.
An Israeli man is suing the Obama administration after Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx denied his complaint against Kuwait Airways for refusing to allow him to purchase a New York-London air ticket.
Jerusalem city inspectors in recent days have closed down dozens of food carts in the area of the Old City's Jaffa Gate where chametz bread and other leavened products were being sold.
Palm fronds and wooden crosses clutched in their hands, throngs of Christians have spent Holy Week retracing the last steps Jesus took before his death and resurrection in the ancient Old City of Jerusalem, while hundreds of thousands of Jews have made their own pilgrimages for the eight-day holiday of Passover.
I went to Jerusalem to visit my daughter Tamar, who is studying there for the year.
On the Road to Emmaus New International Version 13 Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles[a] from Jerusalem.
During Holy Week and on Easter Sunday, millions of Christians imagine, as they hear the story of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection, the setting in Jerusalem.