Friday, 1 November 2019 | A family participating in an Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavation some 9.3 miles [15 km] east of Haifa at the ancient city of Usha found a 1,400-year-old hammer and nails. This was particularly interesting because it confirmed the fact that the ancient inhabitants of Usha manufactured iron tools. The IAA’sContinue Reading »
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 | Israel has taken another step in moving from fossil fuels to environmentally friendly renewable energy, approving its biggest plant of unique solar panels to date. The plant, which is for commercial use, operates without generating pollution or any greenhouse gas emissions. The Electricity Authority (TEA) and Energy Minister Yuval SteinitzContinue Reading »
Thursday, 24 October 2019 | President Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday tasked Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz with trying to form a coalition government, two days after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was unable to do so when his allotted 28 days came to an end. This is the first time that someoneContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 22 October 2019 | For years the Bedouin population of Israel has served in the army, many of them in combat roles, and now the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) has launched a campaign aimed at increasing the number of recruits from the community, believing it is a way to improve integration into society. AsContinue Reading »
Friday, 11 October 2019 | The rhythm of life in the Land of Promise is governed by a cycle of annual holidays, days set aside in the 12-month Jewish calendar to celebrate what Leviticus 23:2 calls, “The feasts of the Lord…” Some are solemn, dedicated to repentance and rededication. Others are more exuberant, a joyous celebration ofContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 8 October 2019 | Today is no ordinary day for the people of Israel. The frantic hubbub on city streets as a country goes about its morning routine is somehow more subdued. The nation prepares for the Sabbath of Sabbaths… Offices and schools will send staff and pupils home early today. Shops, markets andContinue Reading »
Wednesday, 2 October 2019 | Israel’s population stood at 9,092,000 people on the eve of the Jewish New Year of 5780, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics annual report. The population count has grown by 2.1% since last year, and is expected to reach 10 million by 2024 and 20 million by 2065. Today’sContinue Reading »
Millennia ago Isaiah prophesied “And the ransomed of the LORD shall return, and come to Zion…” (Isa. 35:10). Today we use a specific term for this return—aliyah. It’s a Hebrew word whose root is from the verb meaning “to go up.” Conversely when Israeli citizens decide to move to another country for a while, theyContinue Reading »
There are basically two seasons in Israel: summer and winter, dry and wet. During the summer season, the weather forecasters don’t really have a very challenging job. Sun, sun and more sun. The only variation is the degree of heat. The dry season typically lasts from April to October. The first rain of the yearContinue Reading »
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 | Researchers at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) in Haifa have developed an inexpensive, environmentally friendly and safe hydrogen production technology. Another world-beating development from the ‘start-up nation’. Technion researchers have developed an innovative, clean, inexpensive, and safe technology for producing hydrogen. The technology significantly improves the efficiency of hydrogenContinue Reading »
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