The Israeli government is offering Oscar nominees a trip to the Holy Land worth $55,000.
In every goodie bag this year, alongside an expensive e-cigarette, a fitness retreat and a year's worth of unlimited Audi car rentals, Oscar nominees will find a voucher for a 10-day trip to Israel, including first-class flights for two and accommodation in a 5-star hotel.
A woman who jumped off a bridge and broke her leg was saved by strictly-Orthodox volunteers who had been searching the river for the body of their friend.
A group of men from the Orthodox New Square village in New York were looking for David Ahronowitz, who died jumping off the George Washington Bridge in January, when they saw a 25-year-old woman make the same leap.
Having signed three reconciliation agreements that were never implemented, the two main Palestinian movements, Fatah and Hamas, are meeting this weekend once again in an attempt to bridge their differences.
Israel believes that an attack by Daesh is a matter of time.
In their annual strategic assessment which was presented to the cabinet earlier this month, the IDF’s intelligence experts said that the movement, currently being pushed back in Syria and Iraq, is likely to use its affiliated groups on the Golan or Syrian borders to launch an attack.
A Swiss journalist has revealed a 45-year-old secret deal between the Swiss government and the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), under which Bern paid the terrorists not to carry out attacks against their country.