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Israel

Concealed cross found on Byzantine-era artifact in Israel site

The discovery sheds more light on the relationship between Christians and Muslims during the early Islamic period.

Mosaics found in medieval synagogue tell a tale of Jewish life in Galilee

Jewish village thrived under Christian rule in the 5th century.

The Holy Land Franciscans have been leading pilgrims for 800 years

For 800 years, the Holy Land Franciscans have been entrusted with a sacred duty: guardianship of the most precious sites of the Christian faith.

Can the Bible be used as a historical guide? One archaeologist thinks so

A faithful archaeologist is at odds with his secular peers.

The biblical traditions of Israeli cuisine brought to the 21st century

The Jewish people find their cultural identity by tracing their ancient dietary traditions.

UN chief warns of “new conflagration” in Middle East between Iran and Israel

Following Trump action on Iran nuclear deal, Israel fears increased hostility against it

Archaeologists discover evidence that may prove biblical King David existed

The discovery of a large building near the Hebron hills suggests the Kingdom of Jerusalem found in the Bible have been more than myth.

Jesus’ baptism site to be cleared of landmines

After years of negotiations, a project is finally underway to rid the sacred West Bank site of unexploded mines from the 1967 Six-Day War.

Experience the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in 3-D immersive virtual reality

The National Geographic Museum invites you to visit Christ’s tomb without ever setting foot in Jerusalem.

Walking Jesus’ “Way of the Cross” in Jerusalem (PHOTOS)

Follow the path that tradition tells us Jesus took on the way to his crucifixion and burial.

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