Dr. Samuel Schidem, an Israeli Druze who gives workshops in Berlin to refugees from Muslim countries, tells Haaretz how refugees can become a balancing factor against radicalization of young Muslims
The rise and fall of Zionism as a religion
Most Viewed Now
Israel reduces power to Gaza after Palestinian Authority refuses to pay Hamas' electricity bills
Judge says police broke the law several times while interrogating the 16-year old, who was arrested while protesting outside the home of a high-ranking army commander
Yes to Europe, No to Thailand Do Political Considerations Influence Israel's List of Travel Warnings?
Judging by the government's travel warnings, it's considered dangerous for Israelis to travel to a quarter of the world's countries
The Blue Flag exercise will include some 70 foreign planes and hundreds of pilots from nine countries. Senior air force official on arrival of German planes: 'It's an emotional event'
The ruling hinges on an unfounded association between the hepatitis B vaccine and the onset of multiple sclerosis in France
The works on this list offer something for everyone, from the disillusioned Zionist to the banned-book fan to the lit-lover with a conscience
'We Could Hear the Screams': U.S. Forces Question Detainees in Secret Yemen Prisons Rife With Torture
Obtaining intelligence that may have been extracted by torture inflicted by another party could qualify as war crimes
Fresh from the Israeli army, four men ruminate on what's ahead; for the 'Puma,' Capoeira is a way of life
Israel’s first aquarium will open in the Biblical Zoo and focus on native species – and their protecction
Round is biggest ever for Israeli cybersecurity startup