Theophilos III: Religious Leaders Must be Good Influence

Greek Patriarch Theophilos III on Thursday voiced his belief in the ability of religious leaders to be an influence for good during a reception...

Graffiti Art From Greek Myth ‘Niobe’ in Gaza

Releasing a two-minute video on his website featuring his new art pieces scattered across depressing Palestinian ruins, world's best-known mystery graffiti artist Banksy repositions the popular ancient...

Jewish Company Says Church Didn’t Pay Water Bills

A Jewish company is claiming the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate owes an outstanding water bill since 1969 that has reached 1.8 million euros, or $2.33...

New Archaeological Findings in Jerusalem Trace Back to the First Christians

Employing a remote control robotic camera to search inside an intact first century tomb in the south of the Old City of Jerusalem has...

Israel Recognizes Greek Exclusive Economic Zone

According to published maps, Jerusalem recognizes the Greek Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), which is the continuation of the Cypriot EEZ. However, Greece has not...

New Ambassador of Israel Presents Credentials to Greek President Papoulias

Israel's new ambassador to Greece, Irit Ben-Abba, presented her credentials to President of the Hellenic Republic Karolos Papoulias on Tuesday, October 7. Ben-Abba, a highly experienced diplomat,...

Ultranationalist Jewish Vandals Attack Baptist Church in West Jerusalem

Vandals daubed “Death to Christianity” on a Jerusalem church on Monday in the second such attack in the holy city this month, police said. The...

President of New Democracy Party Meets Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem

On Tuesday, the President of the Greek Political Party New Democracy, Antonis Samaras, currently visiting Israel, was received by Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem. During his...

Trilingual Greek Tragedy to Be Presented in Israel

According to the Mainichi Daily News, Japanese theater director Yukio Ninagawa is planning to direct "The Trojan Women," a tragedy by the Greek playwright...

Rare Statue of Hercules Found in Northern Israel

Workers carrying out excavations in northern Israel have uncovered a 'rare' marble statue of Hercules, dating from the second century AD, the Israel Antiquities...