Golani Soldiers 'Stormed' the Streets of Tel AvivArutz Sheva TV met up with the Golani Run in Tel Aviv and spoke with one of the participants, a New Yorker who immigrated alone to join the army.
Video: Mr. Heavy Metal Performs Hatikva in Tel Aviv"Mr. Heavy Metal" Marty Friedman performs Hatikva with Japanese metal band in Israel. Jewish former Megadeth member rocks Tel Aviv.
Wanted: A Younger Generation of Jewish MatchmakersShirat Malach and the Yashfeh organization plan to systematically tackle the glut of single religious-Zionists.
No Political Blues for Deep PurpleMembers of the band “Deep Purple” have no qualms about performing in Israel – and says those who do are “wimps.”
Israel, Thailand Team Up Against CancerHaifa's Rambam Hospital will sign a joint cancer treatment deal Sunday with a Thai research institute.
Israeli Scientists Discover Anti-Stress ProteinsScientists have discovered that people who have a hard time turning off the stress response may be missing a special protein.
Over a Million Tourists Since JanuaryMore than a million tourists came to Israel in the first quarter of this year, despite the tension generated in the region by the “Arab Spring.”
Israeli Scientists Discover Obesity ProteinScientists at the Weizmann Institute have discovered a protein in the brain that contributes to obesity.
IDF Chief of Staff, DM, Meet with Mentally Disabled SoldiersDevelopmentally disabled soldiers in the IDF met Wednesday with the Chief of Staff and the Defense Minister.
Kilometers for Koby Raises Funds for Youth Affected by TerrorThe Koby Mandell Foundation is sponsoring a five day hike on the Israel Trail to raise funds for its programs for those directly affected by terror
Two Israel Women Win International Science AwardsUNESCO / L'Oréal have awarded a Co-Sponsored Fellowship for Young Women in Science to a female Israeli scientist for her work on consciousne
Building Boom and Prosperity in Golan HeightsThe Golan Heights is enjoying an unprecedented building boom. Mideast turmoil makes Syrian demands for the Golan even more distant.
Israel at the Cutting Edge of Cancer TreatmentIsraeli hospitals are on the cutting edge of providing treatment for cancer, according to the chief of Oncology at Rambam Medical Center.
Disabled US Children on an Unforgettable Visit to Israel"Wish at the Wall" is a special project which brings disabled and ill children to Israel with their parents. Arutz Sheva TV met this year's group.
The Maccabeats: Making Jewish Music FunJewish a capella group The Maccabeats visits Israel for Bnei Akiva annual conference, after a Chanukah hit with major success on YouTube.
‘Dr. Clown' Says Entertainment Promotes IVF Pregnancies“Medical clowning” boosts in vitro fertilization pregnancies, according to an Israeli hospital study headed by a physician-turned-clown.
Breathe Deep: Clean Air Law Goes into ForceFrom January 1, a comprehensive set of prohibitions and obligations applies to pollution sources in Israel.
Israeli Scientists Breathe New Life Into Extinct SpeciesIsraeli scientists have breathed new life into rare species of animals that once were nearly extinct in the region. They now roam the land.
Another Huge Gas Field Confirmed Off Haifa ShoreThe Leviathan gas field, almost twice as big as the previous big find at Tamar, holds an estimated 450 billion cubic meters of gas.
Strawberry Genomes Forever at Weizmann InstituteAn international team including Weizmann researchers has produced the full genome of a wild strawberry plant, paving the way for tastier berries.
10-year Marine Census Yields 1,200 New SpeciesScientists mark the conclusion of a world census of sea life that has brought to light an additional 1,200 new species of marine flora and fauna.
Mediterranean Returns Lost Roman Statue to AshkelonThe choppy winter sea has uncovered an ancient archaeological treasure on the storm-swept coast of Ashkelon.
New Research May Lead to Treatment for Jet LagA novel modulator of cellular circadian rhythms has been discovered. It may lead to new therapies for jet lag and sleep disorders.
All’s Well That Ends Well after Fire Scare on Flight to IsraelIsraeli-bound passengers took an unscheduled round trip to and from JFK after a report of a fire on board. No one was hurt.
Bernanke Praises His Teacher: Israeli Bank Governor FischerIsraeli Central Bank Governor Stanley Fischer earns praises from his former student, Federal Reserve Bank chief Ben Bernanke.
Video: Stormy Weather in Israel? Perfect Day for Windsurfing!INNTV filmed the stormy waves of the Mediterranean and met the intrepid Israeli windsurfing champ who sett out to sea on the stormiest day of all.
Israeli Researcher Studies Cell’s ‘Shipping and Packing Dept.’A Weizmann Institute scientist is studying part of the human biological quality control system she calls “the cell’s shipping and packing dept.”
Volunteers of Emergency Jeep Unit Gather to Support Special KidsJeep owners who volunteer in ZAKA emergency Jeep unit gathered to take children with special needs on a fun and exciting jeep ride. INN was there.
Israeli Scientific Breakthrough Fights the FatA Tel Aviv University researcher has added new ammunition to the fight against fat, just as Jews prepare for the fried foods of Chanukah.
Welcome! Record-Breaking Tourist No. 3,000,001 Arrives in IsraelThe Tourism Ministry welcomed record-breaking tourist no. 3,000,001 in a festive ceremony at Ben Gurion airport. INNTV was there.
Google Chooses Israel for YouTube Marketing TrialGoogle has chosen Israel for a video advertising pilot program using the self-broadcast, video sharing YouTube site.
TEDxTalpiot: Promoting Ideas Worth Spreading in JerusalemA quiet revolution is going on in Israel, fueled by the country’s leading thinkers and doers, who encourage and mentor the next generation.
US Energy Specialists in Israel for Update on New AdvancesUS energy specialists are in Israel to discuss the nation’s top breakthroughs in the field of renewable, alternative energy.
Blind IDF Veteran to Run in NYC Marathon SundayA blind IDF veteran is running the 26-mile NYC Marathon on Sunday to raise money and awareness for Israel's first seeing-eye dog training center.
Israel Ranks 15th in Human Development IndexIsrael climbs 12 rungs on UN Development Project index that measures average wage, life expectancy and education.
Religious Soldiers March Forward in Officers’ CourseReligious soldiers once again make up a disproportionately high number of graduating IDF officers course. ”Good education” is cited.
US Researcher to Lead Diabetes & Metabolic Center at RambamWorld-renowned diabetes expert Professor Derek LeRoith is tapped to lead a new clinical research center at Rambam Hospital.
Israel Real Estate Market Ranks No. 1 WorldwideIsrael’s real estate market currently ranks at number one worldwide after adjustments. Bank of Israel Gov. Fischer is working to keep it that way.
‘Americans for a Safe Israel’ Marks 30th MissionThe American for a Safe Israel organization on Monday will mark its 30th mission to Israel and for a Jewish presence in Judea and Samaria.
Contest for Best New Design of Joseph's TombThe Samaria Regional Council has teamed up with the University of Ariel to encourage students to design a new Tomb of Joseph complex.
Israel to Try to Checkmate IranIt's all a game as Israel attempts to break Iranian world record for simultaneous chess games.
‘Israeli Soldiers Speak Out’ Returns by Popular DemandA pro-Israel program featuring IDF soldiers relating the truth about Hamas and Hizbullah terrorists is back on US campuses and Jewish communities.
EU Asks Technion to Help Improve Airport SecurityFalse alarms at European airports prompt EU to award Technion University a grant for research into improving travelers' security.
Two Israeli Physicists Win White House AwardTwo Israeli physicists are among the top 10 scientists to be awarded the U.S. National Medal of Science by President Obama.
Chile Rescue: “One of the Zeniths of the Human Race"Hilik Magnus, head of a world-famous Israeli company that rescues Israelis lost abroad, saluted the rescuers of Chile’s 33 trapped miners.
IDF Soldiers Use Free Time to Throw Parties for CharityThe IDF does more than just fight. Soldiers in elite units get together on weekends to party and to raise major sums for sick children.
Obama Praises Israeli Solar Energy FirmUS President Barack Obama is praising Israel's BrightSource firm for its clean-tech energy -- and the 1,000 jobs it will create for Americans.
Despite Eviction Trauma - Evacuees Busy Blossoming the DesertDuring Sukkot INNTV visited the expelees of Nezarim who are finally begining to enter permanent homes, more than five years since their eviction
Video: Rocking the Jewish Soul at Beit ShemeshSome colors and sounds from the Beit Shemesh Festival, the largest Jewish rock and soul music festival in the Middle East.
Israel's Oldest Artificial Heart Recipient 'Going Strong'A 74-year-old kibbutz member is the oldest man in the world to receive a 140-gram miniaturized artificial heart in a successful 5-hour operation.
Survey: Ultra-Orthodox Israelis Are Most PoliteFirst ever national politeness survey conducted in Israel ahead of Yom Kippur.
Free Tuition to IDF SoldiersGovernment approves plan to offer tuition-free higher education to soldiers in the Negev, Galilee, Judea and Samaria.
Israeli Team Finds Genetic Link to Kidney DiseaseAn Israeli team led by Dr. Karl Skorecki finds a key link into the source of kidney disease. Skorecki also tells of the 'Jewish Genome'.
G-d Does Not Expect Us To Get It Right All the TimeBritain's Chief Rabbi sends a Rosh Hashanah message about accepting guilt, repentance and forgiveness, rather than shame.
Israel’s Jewish Population Nears Six MillionThe number of Jewish citizens towards the Rosh HaShanah New Year nears six million, as Jewish birth rate continues to climb.
World Jewish Congress Awards Israeli 'Heroes of Haiti'The World Jewish Congress awarded "Zaka" Heroes of Haiti” for their rescue efforts after a disastrous earthquake struck the country last January.
Study: US Jews Still Support IsraelSurvey shows that American Jews, young and old, are still attached to Israel despite recent claims to the contrary.