Engraving of a seven-branched menorah. Photographic credit Saʽar Ganor,  Israel Antiquities Authority.
By Jewish Business News On Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Surprise: Engravings Menorah and a Cross From Second Temple Period Discovered During Hanukkah and Christmas Holidays

  An ancient engravings of a seven-branched menorah and a cross were discovered on the walls of the cistern, incised in chalk bedrock, this weekend by hikers exploring a water cistern in the Judean Shephelah. Last More...

A fragment of the chalk bowl from the Hasmonean period,  which is engraved with the name “Hyrcanus”. Photo Clara Amit,  Israel Antiquities Authority. 3
By Jewish Business News On Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

A Rare Stone Bowl From 2, 100 Years Ago With the Name Hyrcanus Engraved in Hebrew Was Discovered at the City of David

    A rare stone bowl fashioned from chalk (a type of limestone) from Jerusalem 2, 100 years ago with the name Hyrcanus engraved in Hebrew was unearthed in the Israel Antiquities Authority archaeological More...

The stone,  dating to the second century,  was found underwater at Tel Dor,  south of the city of Haifa.  (University of Haifa)
By Jewish Business News On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Underwater Stone Slab in Hebrew Reveals Biblical-Era Ruler of Judea

Israeli archaeologist have made an important underwater discovery: a rare inscription on stone slab that was constructed around 5, 000 years ago, finally revealed the definite identification of Gargilius Antiquus More...

Ann Frank Center slams Donald Trump
By Gil Tanenbaum On Sunday, December 18th, 2016

New Anne Frank Bombshell: The Franks Were Not Ratted On

Anne Frank and her family may not have been betrayed to the Nazis by informers after all. This according to new research revealed by the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam. People have been wondering for more More...

By Jewish Business News On Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Watch: The Secret Life of Hitler — Hitler’s Maid Elisabeth Kalhammer Breaks Her Silence After 70 Years

Elisabeth Kalhammer, 92, is the last living women who lived alongside Adolf Hitler in the final years of World War II. From 1943 to 1944 the Austrian girl served as a made in Hitler’s private estate More...

By Ronen Bergman On Friday, December 9th, 2016

Declassified Documents Indicate Israel and South Africa Conducted Nuclear Test in 1979

At the break of dawn on September 22, 1979, an American VELA spy satellite detected a double flash of light over the South Atlantic Ocean. The mysterious flash caused panic in the White House and President More...

By Jewish Business News On Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Is Hebrew the World’s Oldest Alphabet?

Archaeologist Douglas Petrovich has released a new study which asserts that Hebrew may in fact be the world’s oldest alphabet. According to the scholar, almost 4, 000 years ago the ancient Israelites formed More...

The World Jewish Congress in Geneva in 1953.
By Ronen Bergman On Friday, December 2nd, 2016

The KGB’s Middle East Files: The Fight Against Zionism and World Jewry

  In January 1972, Operation Simon entered its final stage. A team from Service A, a key department in the KGB’s First Chief Directorate (which was responsible for collecting intelligence and special More...

Isaiah Dead Sea Scrolls
By Shay Niv On Sunday, November 6th, 2016

Israel Says Palestinians Plan to Claim Dead Sea Scrolls

The Palestinian Authority is working on new claim to UNESCO to have the Dead Sea Scrolls returned to their hands from Israel, Israel Radio reported on Saturday night. The Dead Sea Scrolls are a collection of More...

David hoists the severed head of Goliath as illustrated by Gustave Doré (1866). WIKIPEDIA
By Tali Farkash On Monday, October 31st, 2016

So Was It David Who Killed Goliath?

  In 2007, archaeological excavations were launched between the coastal plain and Judea. Their findings have uncovered a series of fascinating discoveries, which may shed light on the biblical story of More...


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