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
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'I wish Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) wasn’t a Zionist who supported the occupation of Palestine thru her IDF work, I would enjoy DC more :/,' reads one tweet.
Poem of the Week
An Army Radio discussion of an early work by Mahmoud Darwish has caused an uproar. Here is the poem: ID Card.
Wretched refuse and huddled masses: What Emma Lazarus wrote in 1883 shows how far from its great roots Donald Trump would take America.
Roy Zemach imagines little Yusuf’s father telling him that there's nothing to fear from that sudden 'black bird' in the lens.
'Bosses and the stinging ants': Tal Hasan leads us subtly into the history of a family.
Vikram Seth condemns the reinstatement of a colonial anti-sodomy law that India had revoked in 2009.
Nutritional expert Dr. Gil Joseph Shachar offers advice on the foods that can improve your health and combat various problems
In his new book, author Larry Tye reveals how Robert F. Kennedy escaped the anti-Semitic shadow of his father and came to be seen as one of America’s strongest supporters of Jewish causes, and of Israel, before being assassinated in 1968.
Fred Rothstein documented the New York experience during the 1920s and 1930s, along with the city’s construction boom during the Great Depression. His granddaughter, Navah Joy Uzan, breaks down his photos in her video work and integrates them with her own contemporary photos from Israeli construction sites.