Israelis Advised Against Visiting 41 CountriesAs terrorism rises worldwide, Israelis advised to be on alert during Spring holidays - and not to visit several countries at all.
Ben Gurion Airport Sees Highest-Ever Traffic Over HolidaysHoliday travel sky-high: 521 aircraft to depart, arrive at Israel's airport in 24 hours - a new record.
NY Rep. Tells Kerry to Stop Blocking Israeli VisasCongresswoman Meng questions rising Israeli visa rejections, reveals 'upsetting negative presumptions' behind move.
‘Celebrity Rabbi’ Nixes Uman Trips: It’s ForbiddenRabbi Avi Zarki slams annual pilgrimage to Ukraine. ‘The spiritual boost is not real.’
TA-Haifa Train Shuts Down until SundayTrain line closes until Sunday, tens of thousands of travelers affected.
Israelis Receive Travel Advisory Prior to Passover VacationThe Counter Terrorism Bureau issued a travel warning, alerting Israelis to refrain from visiting hostile locations over Passover holiday.
Lonely Planet: Negev is 'Hot,' Visit NowThe Lonely Planet travel guide named the Negev as one of the Top Ten Regions to visit in 2013
US Congressman Introduces Visa Waiver for IsraelisLegislation introduced that would no longer require Israelis to obtain visas to visit the United States for tourism or business purposes.
Israel Raises Travel Warnings to Tunisia Prior to Lag B'OmerIsrael's National Security Council increased travel warnings to Tunisia following reports of attacks on Israeli or Jewish targets in country
Ben Gurion Airport on 'Fast Forward' for Holiday TravelBen Gurion International Airport will be on “fast forward” in order to cope with the crowds passing through for the upcoming holidays.
Gasoline Prices to Rise - AgainGasoline prices are set to rise again this week due to a rise in the gas tax.
Ramadan Travel Advice Includes Warning not to Chew GumBritain and the US issue special travel warnings for the Muslim month of Ramadan. “Be careful about chewing gum” and beware of rapists.
Israelis Warned Away from Turkey, Georgia, AzerbaijanThe National Security Council Counter-Terrorism Bureau has continued its travel warning for Israeli tourists to Turkey.
Hundreds at Byzantine-Era SynagogueHundreds visit ancient synagogues in Samoa and Susiya, touring in honor of slain hikers.
Shades of Bollywood: Temple Yields TreasureAn Aladdin's cave of treasure has been found in an Indian temple touching off a debate on what to do with it.
Denmark Blocks Routine Israeli Security Standards at AirportDenmark is refusing to allow Israeli security personnel to carry arms and conduct routine security checks of passengers at Kastrup Airport.
Israel Tourists Boycotting TurkeyIsraeli tourists go ‘cold Turkey”, avoiding a country that suffered a 59 percent decrease in visits from Israel to the once-popular vacation spot.
U.S. Warns Israelis: Beware Tourist Visa Work ScamThe U.S. Consulate in Tel Aviv produced a video to warn Israelis – don’t try to fool our immigration officers.
Japan Rattled by 6.7 Magnitude EarthquakeNortheast Japan was rattled early Thursday by a 6.7-magnitude earthquake.
Bevis Mark Synagogue: More than 300 Years of Prayers & JudaismArutz Sheva TV's Hezki Ezra visited the 300 year old synagogue in London and met the site's curator.
Masada Opera Drawing Tourists WorldwideForty journalists from 10 countries are preceding thousands of opera lovers at the Masada Fortress for a rendition of Verdi’s Aida.
Increase in Tourists Arriving by SeaIn June, 37 passenger and cruise ships are expected to anchor in Ashdod and Haifa, bringing with them an estimated 50,000 tourists and crew.
Rafiah Crossing Open Permanently by Week's EndEgypt says it will permanently open the Rafiah Crossing with Gaza by the end of this week.
Brooklyn Bridge was Targeted by Al QaedaThe Brooklyn Bridge was targeted by the international Al Qaeda terrorist organization, according to WikiLeaks document released to The NY Times.
Ivory Coast Ex-President, Strongman Laurent Gbagbo CapturedFormer Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo has been captured by local forces loyal to President-elect Alassane Ouattara, backed by French troops.
11 Dead in Belarus Metro BlastAt least eleven people are dead and 100 others are wounded following an explosion in a main subway station in Belarus.
Japan's Radiation Leak Plugged But Problems PersistA radioactive water leak in Japan has been plugged, but problems persist as scientists fight to keep a nuclear plant stable.
Terrorist Alerts in the Sinai- Israelis Warned to LeaveIsraelis are being warned to stay out of Sinai. Those who are there are being told to leave immediately due to terrorist kidnapping plots.
'Israel: A Great Place to Visit, But People Need to Know That'Israel National News TV visits the International Tourism Conference in Jerusalem and gets tips on how to improve tourism to Israel.
Diverse Crowd Gathers for First Jerusalem MarathonOn Friday morning, Jerusalem's first-ever marathon has kicked off despite Wednesday's bus bombing near the starting point of the race's route.
Wiesenthal Center: Sweden Should Pay Jews' Security ExpensesThe Simon Wiesenthal Center has called on Sweden to foot the bill for security measures to protect local Jews from anti-Semites.
'Bird Splitter' to Protect PlanesIsrael Aerospace Industries has invented a system to destroy birds on a collision course with planes, in order to prevent accidents.
Chabad Celebrates 20 Years in CongoThe top leadership of Congo and the World Chabad-Lubavitch movement gathered Tuesday night in Kinshasa to celebrate two decades of friendship.
'Days of Rage' Spreading to Africa?The government of Zimbabwe has arrested dozens of political activists in an attempt to stop protesters from igniting a “Day of Rage.”
British ‘Easy Jet’ Discovers Ham Is not KosherEasyJet is swallowing hard after it promised kosher food on its Israeli route but offered passengers a ham-only menu. Many chose to fast.
Bike-Sharing Revolution Planned for Tel AvivThe new environmentally-friendly concept of municipal bike-sharing is taking over Europe and will soon be introduced in Israel.
PM: 'Terror is International' in Russia Suicide BombingPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu noted Monday that “terror is international” after a suicide bombing left more than 30 people dead in Russia.
35 Dead in Moscow Airport Suicide BombingAt least 35 were killed in a suicide terror bombing at the Moscow Airport on Monday. Warning: graphic video.
INN Photo Essay: Tu B'Shvat Celebrates New Year of TreesINN marks the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shvat, the “New Year for Trees,” with a photo essay celebrating the beauty that grows in the Holy Land.
Israeli Firm Reveals 'Taxibot' for Better AirportsIsrael Aerospace Industries reveals the TaxiBot, a robot designed to make airports quieter, cleaner and more efficient.
Referendum Ends in Southern Sudan - Secession PredictedVoting has ended in southern Sudan with analysts predicting residents have voted to secede from the rest of the country and the capital, Khartoum.
Fly into the FutureAerospace engineers have come up with their versions of airplanes for 2035. They will use far less fuel and be quieter than today’s aircraft.
Brisbane Torah Scrolls Rescued from Raging Flood WatersBrisbane's Torah scrolls rescued by congregation, but 14 people died and dozens more are missing in tragic Brisbane floods.
Snow Buries El Al Flights in New YorkBlizzard conditions in the American northeast managed to accomplish what war zones and volcanic ash did not, with flights canceled and delayed.
Israel Launches Tours in the Footsteps of MaryIsrael's Tourism Ministry has launched a new campaign offering tours to spots where it is thought that Mary, mother of Jesus, traveled and lived.
Would-be Hijacker Nabbed on Turkish AirlinesDrama unfolded Wednesday as a would-be hijacker was overpowered by passengers aboard a Turkish Airlines flight headed for Istanbul from Oslo.
Chabad Rabbis Beef Up Jewish Presence in DebrecenA Chabad rabbinic delegation meets with Hungarian President Pal Schmitt to talk about fighting anti-Semitism in the former Communist country.
Europe Faces "Brrden" of WinterAfter the Iceland volcano chaos of last spring the European traveler is buffeted by an Arctic winter. Airlines, trains, roads impasssable.
Jordanian Restaurant in Aqaba: 'We Don't Serve Israelis'A Jordanian restaurateur in Aqaba refuses to serve Israelis. She ejected two tourists from her restaurant, she said, "because they were Israelis."
Jewish Revival in Indonesia's Christian StrongholdA 19 meter tall Chanukah menorah stands bright on a mountain overlooking Manado, a Christian stronghold in the Muslim country of Indonesia.
Take a Bus Across the Ocean to the Holy LandCanadian children last week boarded a bus to travel to the Holy Land – so to speak – in a new tourism campaign by the State of Israel.