The team from the University of Haifa's Zinman Institute of Archeology explained that the stone was found on Mount Carmel and is believed to date back 350,000 years
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Find solves 86-year-old archeological mystery; small number of ancient ceramic oil lamps decorated with distinctively Jewish symbols such as the shofar, incense burner and seven-branched menorah
The ancient Pilgrimage Road once served as the main route for pilgrims walking from the Pool of Siloam, where Jews going to the Temple would ritually purify themselves traveling to the holy site, during the ...
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This is only the second time that a menorah has been discovered on a Jewish tomb from the period preceding the Bar-Kokhba revolt
The peace brought about by the Abraham Accord is ‘the greatest thing in the world, and it is the one thing that our founders envisioned us having'
Representatives from ZAKA Search and Rescue and members of DIHAD “signed a Memorandum of Understanding that supports future collaborations between the two in the humanitarian field in international crises and disasters
The report highlighted that antisemitic hate crimes have risen 14% since 2018 with over 60% of 2019’s religion-based hate crimes being motivated by offenders with an anti-Jewish bias
The Israel Antiquities Authority’s archaeologists believe that the fort was built by the kingdom of Geshur, an ally of King David, in order to control the region