Call Us Toll Free
Order online 24 hours a day
7 days a week
Up To Date articles!
Up to date current news from Israel by Arutz Sheva!
Current news from Israel by Arutz Sheva News AgencyJerusalem Terror Victim Breathing on Her Own
The condition of 20-year-old Shira Klein, who was seriously injured in a car attack in Jerusalem, has improved.
Car Terror: Three Policemen Struck in Eastern Jerusalem
An Arab driver plowed down three policemen, one of whom, a woman, is moderately injured. Stabbers shot dead in Hevron, J'lem.
Rescuers on 2 El Al Jets Heading for Nepal Sunday
The return flight is expected to carry survivors of the disaster as well as 24 babies born through surrogacy.
Bennett Wants the Education Ministry
Jewish Home Chairman asks Prime Minister for the Education portfolio. Earlier reports said he would be named Strategic Affairs Minister.
Hevron Attack 'Incited by Anarchists'
Spokesman for the Jewish Community of Hevron says shortly before the attack, a group of Israeli hikers was attacked by an anarchist group.
Gunman Opens Fire on Youths in Eilat
Police suspect a criminal motive after assailant on motorbike fires at 15-year-old and girls aged 8 and 10 who were in a car.
Israel to Send Emergency Aid to Earthquake-Hit Nepal
Netanyahu says a rescue delegation including medical elements will be dispatched as soon as possible.
Syria: Al Qaeda, Allies, Take Key Regime Stronghold
Jihadists seize Jisr al-Shughur, last major city under regime control in Idlib now closer than ever to regime heartland Latakia.
Report: IAF Struck Hezbollah Missile Convoys in Western Syria
Two IAF raids reported on Wednesday and Friday targeted Hezbollah arms convoys. At least one person reported killed.
Nepal: Death Toll Nears 1,500 in Major Earthquake
Country's worst earthquake in 80 years leaves tens of thousands homeless deaths also reported in India and Tibet.
Up to date current news from around the world by The Jerusalem Post!
Jewish News from around the World by the Jerusalem Post
Current Christian News by Worthy News
Current Christian News by Worthy News
Up to date Israilie Palistinian Conflict News by Worthy News
Isralie Plaistinian conflict by Worthy newsBiden, seeking to ease US-Israel strains, pledges delivery of new warplanes
Seeking to ease U.S.-Israeli tensions, Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday promised Israel delivery of top-flight fighter jets next year to maintain its military edge and vowed that any final nuclear deal with Iran would ensure Israel's security.
IDF strikes targets in northern Gaza
After four months of quiet, a rocket was fired on Thursday evening from Gaza towards communities in southern Israel. The rocket exploded in an open field in the Sha'ar Ha Negev Regional Council. There were no injuries or damages reported. Close to midnight on Thursday, the IDF tanks attacked a Hamas position in the northern Gaza Strip in retaliation for the rocket that landed in southern Israel a few hours earlier.
New carpets at Dome of Rock spark religious row, rekindle Holy Ark mystery
It began as a routine remodeling project: Muslim authorities replacing an old carpet worn thin by masses of worshipers at the Dome of the Rock, the iconic, gold-topped shrine that overlooks the Old City of Jerusalem.
Obama 'won't meet Netanyahu' until after nuke talks deadline
US President Barack Obama told Jewish leaders last week he would not meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu until after the June 30 deadline for the Iranian nuclear talks, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
Israel welcomes Independence Day with torch-lighting ceremony
Israel made the jarring move from grief to joy on Wednesday evening, welcoming Independence Day with a torch-lighting ceremony at Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem.
Scottish parliament discusses recognition of Palestinian state
A Scottish parliament debate on Monday on the recognition of a Palestinian state as a means to revive peace negotiations drew sharp condemnations from Jerusalem. Noting that the debate took place on the eve of Israel's Memorial Day, one Israeli official called the discussion "pointless" and "shameful."
Coalition partners air out anger to Netanyahu as deadline to form new government nears
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has started getting more personally involved in the effort to form his next government, as the May 6 deadline gets closer.
Note: All prices in US Dollars
Search WebSite for?