Last year, I went to IMM (International Media Marketplace) for the first time. I met with many...
Yehuda Glick, a lawmaker from the Likud party, held office hours outside an entrance to the Temple Mount to protest an ongoing ban against...
Israel has denied a tourist visa to an American employee of Human Rights Watch days after denying his application for a work visa, citing...
A new airport planned by Israel near its border with Jordan is clouding the usually businesslike relationship the two neighbors have built since making peace in 1994.
By now, Gil Azoulay would have expected his hotels would be 80 percent booked for Passover.
There is probably no Israel tour quite like that offered by Lydia Aisenberg, which focuses on the Green Line — the demarcation between Israel and its neighbors set in the 1949 Armistice Agreement after the end of Israel’s War of Independence.
On the day the world was parsing Bibi Netanyahu’s suggestion that the notoriously anti-Semitic Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammed Amin Al-Husseini, was responsible for Hitler’s Holocaust, I was among a group of journalists touring Jerusalem’s Waldorf Astoria hotel, which had just been named the top luxury hotel in the Middle East by Condé Nast’s Readers’ Choice Awards.
More than 900 discounted vacation packages to Israel have been sold through the marketing website Groupon.
No bathing suits, please.
The group of Jewish-Israelis sat in a semicircle on the thick, red carpet of the mosque.
Number of visitors has come back up, but not enough.
Following a record year for tourism in 2013 — when 3.5 million visitors came to the Holy Land — things got off to an even better start in 2014.
“No Shopping!” guide Nadav Kersh admonished his charges as they entered the crowded Old City of Jerusalem. “I mean it. No shopping! It’s just too easy to get lost here.”
Damascus is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. International flights into and out of the capital continued despite throughout 20-months of fighting between troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and the rebels seeking to depose him. But as of Friday, the flights have stopped.
Times Square, the icon of New York kitsch and tourism, pop culture and media art, not only looked different that day in late September, it smelled different. The place that many people call the center of the world was transformed into one big Chinese kitchen. That\'s right. Times Square was home to the 5th International Chinese Culinary Competition.
Travis Allen was spending three weeks in 2009 driving around Israel visiting historic sites when he suddenly noticed Shiloh on the map and asked his driver if they could go to the site of the archaeological dig. What Allen, a financial advisor from California who’s making his first run for public office, remembers vividly is what was not there. People.
Israeli Minister of Tourism Stas Misezhnikov traveled to Bulgaria to shore up the relationship between the two countries in the wake of the deadly attack on a bus full of Israeli tourists.
Birthplace of Theodore Herzl, Franz Kafka and Sigmund Freud, this increasingly progressive country is trying to shed the specter of the Nazi and Soviet occupations and embrace its Jewish past and present to bolster tourism, an important part of its national economy.
Planning a bar mitzvah in Israel? The Israeli Ministry of Tourism has just posted a Web site to help you get started
"All forms of racism have the same roots — ignorance, lack of education and scapegoating.”
He said the best way to fight it is to teach others about the Jewish community's positive contributions to humanity.
Rogen also claims that he never gave Herzog permission to publicize the conversation.
A spokesperson for the army said the Syrian regime was responsible.
White House Criticizes Twitter for Censoring Trump and Not Iran’s Khamenei Calling for Destruction of Israel
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said the administration is submitting a petition to the FCC for proposed regulatory changes to hold social media companies accountable for their censorship.