Kubbitzim College of Education at center of storm after allegedly warning students they would lose grants when they objected to attending event in settlement
Enjoy 'The Other Laila Lavan' at WeWork Sarona; take a journey back to 1990s South Africa in 'When Voices Meet'; and hear Sana Krasikov discuss the role of the historical novel in an age dominated by propaganda
Most Viewed Now
For the first time ever, 50 countries, 2,000 athletes and fans from all over the world will convene in Israel for the flagship international competition of lacrosse
Israeli army vet Ohad Elhelo returned from battle in despair, began lecturing about the conflict, stressing need for immediate change. Some lectures went viral, and he set up incubator OGS: Our Generation Speaks
Business in Brief | Leumi profit up, pays first dividend in years ■ Neto gains on Passover, loses big customer ■ TASE finishes week with gains
If he can change his mind so violently on Saudi Arabia, what guarantees can he give Israel?
Einstein and Freud, two genius 'godless Jew,' had a profound exchange that marked a turning point in the history of human thought
Liraz has said she’s been getting excited reactions from Iranian listeners, but our music critic wasn't impressed
Shulamit Kishik-Cohen spied for Israel in Lebanon for 14 years from 1948 to 1961. When she was ultimately arrested and sentenced to death, the prosecutor said she was 'rocking the cradle with one hand and turning the world upside down with the other'
A missionary explains that to get on God's good side, Israel needs to show 'a lot more love for the Palestinians'; an Israeli educational psychologist talks about her love of foreign supermarkets
This year's Pride Festival hosts an amazing mix of free and paid events, and is expected to draw over 200,000 people from around the world. Here is everything you need to know about where to go what to do
Vote stopped by court order for 12 hours after Zionist Union MK claims 'systematic fraud'