In Kafr Qasem, Jews and Arabs sharing a love for pigeons meet weekly and become friends. Their optimism triumphs even over the checkpoints and the ban on commerce with the West Bank and Jordan. Harbingers of peace?
Israeli army says Iyad Zakariya Hamed ran towards a group of soldiers when he was shot dead, but Palestinians claim he was in his car.
A trainee nurse who helped Yemenite babies and children recover from illnesses in the early 1950s says now that a chaotic registration system at hospitals meant that not all the infants were successfully reunited with their families.
The food at these restaurants is influenced by the surrounding markets, ethnicities and cultures – all of which make up Israel’s unique capital.
Engineering project at Hashalom Railway Station necessitates closure of key road artery for 28 hours on Friday evening and Saturday.
The prime minister’s comments suggest he might know what Ehud Barak meant when he cited Bibi’s ‘most worrisome exposure of Israel to a major security challenge.’
Textbook portrayed the rise of Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid as a product of the moment; no amendments have been made following complaints by LGBT community and Israeli Arabs.
Local media names Kurdish PKK militia as responsible for attack near Syria, Iraq borders.
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Israel Electric Corp worker found unexpected correlations between swarms of nomadica jellyfish, the temperature of the sea - and the phase of the moon.
This is one of the best crime movies in recent years, unfolding in a contemporary reality that seems disconnected from America, yet is of its essence.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.