A recent Israeli government announcement that secret efforts to gain restitition for Mizrahi Jews are close to bearing fruit has raised hope, though others remain skeptical: ‘You can’t ask a beggar to return your money.’
This week the threat posed by Hamas' Gaza tunnels was a focus of debate among politicians and army brass, as well as bereaved parents still pained by the government's handling of the 2014 war.
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.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs are known to be the two poorest sectors in Israeli society, but a tour of Nazareth for 20 Haredim highlights many similarities. Just don't mention the baklava.
Presidential candidate Jill Stein, the woman now heading the Bernie Sanders revolution, condemns damage being done by ‘war hawk’ Sheldon Adelson and says U.S. military aid to Israel should be contingent upon peace talks.
Berland was extradited to Israel last week from South Africa, and has been under arrest since.
While polls show a majority of the country in support of Erdogan's purge, an Istanbul grave site where a soldier was buried without religious rites have many asking if revenge has gone too far.
Clal Insurance warns of second-quarter loss that could reach NIS 320 million; Tel Aviv shares mark their fourth day of declines.
Imagine a prosthesis that never chafes, made of programmable material.
‘Mr. Robot’ is a bleak yet wickedly engrossing cyber-thriller that’s wormed its way into the hearts of critics and viewers, thanks to its topicality and a haunting performance from Rami Malek.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.