T. Carmi left his mother's deathbed and begat sons who talk in their sleep.
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The venue of the massacre ISIS perpetrated Friday night in Paris is named after an operetta by Jacques Offenbach.
Rahel the Poetess suggests quieter ways than warfare to fete one's homeland. Plant a tree, for instance.
Tova Gannana has the Rabin she needs, in his own words.
Attention, Nobel Peace Prize committee: Erika Dreifus nominates a Palestinian from Hebron.
With an olive orchard in the Galilee and a spice shop in Manhattan, the Lev Sercarz family provides inspiration for leading chefs in Israel and New York.
Based on the lives of the authors' fathers, 'Baddawi' and 'The Arab of the Future' reflect different approaches to portraying the past while extrapolating about the future.
20 years after Rabin’s murder, Israeli culture still finds it difficult to grapple with the trauma.