This year, Shavuot, the Festival of Weeks, begins as the weekly Sabbath ends on Saturday evening at sunset.
Thousands of Christians from all over the world came to Jerusalem as part of a movement called Empowered 21.
Israel owes no apologies for its polices in the land God gave to the Jewish people. That's the word from Israel's new deputy foreign minister.
An Arab resident from the A-Tur neighborhood near the Mount Scopus campus of Hebrew University tried to run over Border Police officers on a routine patrol.
European Union Middle East envoy Federica Mogherini arrived in Israel on a two-day visit Tuesday, ostensibly to jump start direct talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Israelis were shocked for the second time in less than a week by a second pro-Palestinian proclamation from the Vatican.
Israel's 34th government began in earnest Sunday, seemingly unfazed by disparaging remarks from the opposition or the predominantly leftist media.
Critics say the Vatican's decision to recognize a Palestinian state could have profound consequences for negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority and the future of Jerusalem.
After weeks of waiting, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu succeeded in forming the nation’s 34th government, which met for the first time Friday morning.
Israeli leaders expressed disappointment with the Vatican's decision to officially recognize a Palestinian state.
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