Arrivals / Departures: A British-Israeli 'kippah-wearing leftist' on his way to Crete talks about how good Israelis have it; a Dutch man visiting his Israeli grandma talks about mind control.
Bilal Kayed was within hours of reuniting with his family last month when he was cruelly slapped with an administrative detention order. No charges, no explanations. Now he's on hunger strike, cuffed to his hospital bed.
Samar Qupty thanks airport security on Facebook for 'making sure to remind me every time anew how unwanted I am here.'
Clal Insurance warns of second-quarter loss that could reach NIS 320 million; Tel Aviv shares mark their fourth day of declines.
Unilever acknowledges 'secondary contamination' in one of its production lines.
Telfed mourns the passing of its longtime immigrant and absorption counselor; the Israeli army makes sure lone soldiers are not alone; and entries are open for the Reuben Rose Poetry Competition.
‘Attacking us will bring destruction to Hamas and The Islamic Jihad,’ says Netanyahu, adding that Israel is also preparing powerful assault capabilities
Nusra Front renames itself Jabhat Fatah al Sham so international community can no longer use pretext of its affiliation with Al-Qaida to attack Syrians, group's leader says.
Move would lessen dependence on coal, reduce pollution and provide use for refuse.
Imagine a prosthesis that never chafes, made of programmable material.
Hava Cohen and Talia Peri’s latest song builds to exquisite effect, Danny Sanderson shows some deep empathy and Avior Malasa proves that beach songs aren’t completely washed up
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.