Tens of thousands of Jews from Israel and around the world gathered at the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem Wednesday morning for the traditional mass Priestly Blessing (Birkat Kohanim) during the Sukkot festival.
If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
During a joint IDF and Israeli Police operation on Saturday, September 14th, 2019, an attempt to smuggle illegal weapons was thwarted from Lebanon into Israel. The seizure was cleared for publication today.
Israel’s 22nd Knesset will begin on Thursday, when its 120 members are sworn-in in a ceremony beginning at 3:00p.m. The Knesset, which follows the shortest Knesset in Israel’s history, includes eight new MKs.
The terrorists who carried out the bombing at the Dolev Spring have been arrested. The joint operation carried out by the Israel Security Agency (Shabak), IDF, and Israel Police led to discovery and arrest of the terrorists who killed Rina Shnerb and wounded her father and brother.
In a Rosh Hashanah greetings video published by the US Embassy in Israel, Ambassador David Friedman visited Kfar Chabad in search of honey for Rosh Hashanah.
A 34-year-old female police officer was stabbed in the Old City of Jerusalem Thursday afternoon, in an apparent terror attack.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin will tap Likud Chair and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for the task of forming a ruling coalition, after meeting Wednesday evening with Netanyahu and his main challenger, Blue and White Chair Benny Gantz.
A 20-year-old girl was lightly wounded Wednesday after being stabbed in the area of the Maccabim Junction on Route 443. Medics treated her and evacuated her with stab wounds to her upper body to the hospital.
The Foreign Policy magazine reports that Israel conducted a nuclear experiment 40 years ago over the Atlantic Ocean. On September 22, 1979, an American reconnaissance satellite recorded a double flash over the South Atlantic. US military analysts at the Patrick Air Force Base in Florida quickly concluded the flashes were a nuclear detonation.
Israel’s national electricity company said Sunday it was cutting power to parts of the Palestinian Authority due to outstanding payments amounting to nearly $483 million. The Israel Electric Corporation said it was owed 1.7 billion shekels in debts from the main power distributor for Palestinian Authority-controlled towns in Judea and Samaria, which is based in eastern Jerusalem.
The Armenian government decided on Thursday to open an embassy in Israel for the first time since relations were established between the two nations in 1992. The embassy will be opened in Tel Aiv and not Jerusalem.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his main challenger, Blue and White chief Benny Gantz, remain deadlocked Wednesday after Tuesday’s Knesset election, raising the possibility of a unity government or even the possibility of a third general election.
The first exit polls were published shortly after polls closed at 10 PM Tuesday night. According to an exit poll published by Channel 12 News, the Blue and White party emerged as the largest party with 34 Knesset seats. The Likud party finished a close second with 33 seats.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu battled for his political survival in the final hours of a close-run election on Tuesday, urging voters to support him to avert a “disaster.”
Tomorrow, the elections for the 22nd Knesset will take place. Elections in IDF units began last Saturday, September 14th, and will continue until tomorrow at 10:00 PM when the polling stations will close. First to vote were Navy soldiers.
An investigation by security forces in the United States has led to the suspicion that Israel is behind the placing of eavesdropping equipment on cellphones in the White House area, Politico reported, citing “three former senior US officials with knowledge of the matter.”
IDF fighter jets attacked about 15 terror targets in the northern and central Gaza Strip overnight Tuesday, including a number of targets at a military site for production of weapons, a number of targets in compound belonging to Hamas’ naval force and an offensive terrorist tunnel belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit announced.
Red alert sirens blared in the cities of Ashkelon and Ashdod in southern Israel Tuesday evening. Eyewitnesses reported seeing explosions in the sky caused by the Iron Dome system intercepting rockets in mid-air.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu held a press conference Tuesday evening to make a “dramatic statement about the Trump Administration’s “Deal of the Century.” At the Press conference, the prime minister announced that after the elections he would apply Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea area.
Workers from the Western Wall Heritage Foundation prepared the Western Wall Tuesday for the massive gatherings of worshipers expected during the upcoming holiday season.
A Bulla (seal) bearing a Hebrew name from 2,600 years ago was uncovered from dirt excavated in 2013 beneath Robinson’s Arch at the foundations of the Western Wall. The seal is inscribed with the name of an individual with the most prominent role in the king’s court in the kingdom of Judea.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced that the International Atomic Energy Agency had found undeclared stores of uranium in a live address Monday evening.