By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 19 June 2019
A watchtower dating to the rule of Judean King Hezekiah in the 8th century BCE was recently uncovered by IDF paratroopers carrying out archeological excavations in an IDF base in southern Israel.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 18 June 2019
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has secretly transferred NIS 25 million to Israel as payment for medical bills this month, after publicly announcing it would cease to use Israel medical services as a form of boycott.
By TPS • 13 June 2019
Some 200 Israelis of Yemenite origins came to pray at the Old Yemenite Synagogue, situated in the heart of Kfar Hashiloach (Silwan) and just below the Old City in Jerusalem.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 4 June 2019
An intricate affair of fraud, corruption, and money laundering by senior Palestinian Authority (PA) officials who transferred the funds to Hamas terrorists training in Malaysia has been exposed, TPS has learned.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 6 May 2019
Alya and Tommy Shapiro were planning to celebrate Liam’s fourth birthday in Ashdod on Saturday when their plans were violently disturbed by barrages of rockets launched by terrorists from Gaza.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 6 May 2019
The Islamic Jihad terror group has admitted that a rocket it fired on Saturday evening killed a baby in the Gaza Strip, despite initial claims she was killed in an Israeli strike.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 28 April 2019
Hamas fears that the Palestinian Authority (PA) headed by Mahmoud Abbas is working to thwart a pending ceasefire between Israel and itself by destabilizing the security in the Gaza Strip.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 28 April 2019
Christian residents of the town of Jifnah in the Palestinian Authority (PA) were attacked by Fatah activists and were forced to pay the Muslim Jizyah ransom tax after a local woman complained to the police about the son of a senior Fatah official.
By TPS • 23 April 2019
Israel on Tuesday set an all-time new record in the production of renewable energy, the Israel Electrical Company stated. The peak was set at 1326 MW, accounting for 19.3 percent of the total production.
By TPS • 18 April 2019
The National Library of Israel has recently purchased an extremely rare Haggadah printed in Korea for the use of US military personnel in 1952. The 32-page ‘Korean War Haggadah’, of which only a handful of copies exist, begins with two pages of Passover greetings from top US military brass followed by traditional texts, as well as various songs and dedications typed in by the presiding chaplains.
By Baruch Yedid/TPS • 17 April 2019
A Gazan man who was recently arrested during the anti-Hamas protests in the Strip was viciously tortured in prison and lost his eyesight. He is now seeking treatment outside the Strip and has been granted the required permits, but Hamas is refusing to let him out of Gaza.
By TPS • 26 March 2019
Arab sources have told TPS that Hamas has adopted a new policy of a “deliberate and controlled escalation” vis-à-vis Israel as a means of gaining further leverage in discussions with Israel.
Leah Goldin on Memorial Day for IDF Soldiers Whose Burial Place is Unknown: My Son is Not MIA, Bring Him Home
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 14 March 2019
The IDF on Thursday marked the Memorial Day for 173 fallen soldiers whose burial place is unknown, which is commemorated annually on the seventh of Adar. One of these soldiers who has yet to be properly buried in Israel is Lt. Hadar Goldin.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 10 March 2019 Israel has been experiencing a bountiful rain season this winter, and this is the first time the country has experienced such precipitation in five years.
By Anna Rudnitsky/TPS • 27 February 2019
A resident of the Palestinian village of Battir and the Israeli NGO “Meeting Point”, which organizes tours to Judea and Samaria for Russian-speaking Israelis, work together to bring Jewish tourists to the remnants of the Beitar Fortress from Bar Kochba period that is situated inside the Palestinian village.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 18 February 2019
The WCC’s activities have recently surfaced in the media, drawing fire from pro-Israel organizations over its illegal anti-Israel actions. The exposure of the EAPPI’s illegal actions is the result of years of meticulous work and documentation.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 22 January 2019
Extensive research into the identities of the Gazans killed during the “March of Return” riots on the border with Israel in the past 42 weeks reveals that 150 of the 187 fatalities were affiliated with Hamas or other Palestinian terrorist organizations.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 27 January 2019
The Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial is engaged in a feverish race against time, a race in which they know that every day counts – a race to document the names and lives of as many Holocaust victims as possible before their memories die away with the Holocaust survivors who were carrying them.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS •31 January 2019
The Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM), a pro-Palestinian activism organization which has gained prominence on US campuses in recent years, and especially on those of the University of California, has been promoting acts of terrorism against Israel and has associated itself with US-designated terror organizations, according to an extensive new report on the organization.
By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 13 January, 2019
The Israel Air Force (IAF) late Saturday attacked several Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket fired from the Strip at Israeli communities earlier in the night.
By Yona Schnitzer/TPS • 24 December 2018
Palestinian Christians living in Gaza are under threat not to celebrate Christmas, a flyer circulated by an Islamist militant group reveals. The flyer, circulated by the Al-Nasser Salah al-Deen Brigades – a coalition of small-scale Islamic extremist groups operating in Gaza, warns the 1,300 Christians living in Gaza, as well as Muslims looking to take part in the holiday festivities, that the celebration of the Christian holiday is forbidden by Islam, adding quotes from the Quran supporting that sentiment, alongside a burning Christmas tree.
By Yona Schnitzer/TPS • 24 December, 2018
Israel’s general elections will be held in April, seven months ahead of their scheduled date in November 2019.
By Mara Vigevani/TPS • 22 October, 2018
In a run-down corner of northeast Jerusalem, just over the 1949 armistice line that separated Israel and Jordan, supermarket magnate Rami Levy is planning to open what he calls the first Israeli-Palestinian mall at the Atarot Industrial Zone.