Three beaches on eastern shore of the Kinneret feature broad land strips, but beach operators are wary that attempts to lure tourists would not succeed.
Local rabbi believes rebuilding pathway is completely unnecessary.
The caves in which the purification baths were found were 'caves of refuge,' where Jews who lived in the area sought shelter under Roman rule.
A center for Kurdish culture will illustrate a missing chapter in the history of agricultural settlement in Israel.
Family members of two men killed in 2004 by Mordechai Moshe, who is in prison in Tiberias, say claims he knows where a missing IDF soldier is buried should not be believed.
Majdi Halabi is apparently at the center of amnesty deal; two prisoners who claim to know the location of his remains will be released, while another's legal defense will be funded by the state.
Prison to make way for tourist center based on ruins of world's earliest Christian church.
The rare find belonged to Szálasi Ferenc, prime minister during the Second World War; ‘Judaism defines the world as its homeland with the blood and sweat of other peoples,’ he wrote.
Sandstorm, poor visibility may have caused accident and delayed rescue.
Findings reflect the deep impact of the Holocaust on succeeding generations of Israelis,says Prof. Shaul Kimhi.