American reporter Noor Tagouri splits Islamic opinion over stigma-breaking photo shoot and interview.
Culture & Life
Mor Shani and the Inbal dancers have created a melting pot of folk dances through the ages. While some elements of ‘Simple Dance’ fall short, overall it’s a refreshing piece, complete with violent moves bordering on the erotic.
As the First Jewish War raged in ancient Palestine, villagers would hide in impressively inaccessible cliffside caves as the Roman armies marched through.
A promising debut feature by talented Israeli director Asaph Polonsky, ‘One Week and a Day’ would have been even better if it had traded some of its jokey tone for a little more gravitas.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Russian-American writer Masha Gessen’s 'Where the Jews Aren't' tells the story of the failed Jewish Autonomous Region in Birobidzhan without being treacly or preachy.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
Four experts at the Technion devise a step toward production of a quantum computer, in research recently published in the prestigious journal, Science.
The characters on long-running series can stand in for friends, especially for couples who don’t have a rich shared social life.
For over 60 years Stenia Veroslavsky created iconically Israeli textile products, which now serve to define a time of innocence when table etiquette didn’t involve iPhones and TV dinners.
William Butler Yeats suggests fairies, for 'the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand'.
‘The Wolves’ is about a wily Israeli who returns from America and rides a tale of personal and familial humiliation to a soaring political career.