The normally dry south has been flooding and Israel’s usually rainy north is parched. What’s going on? Prof. Daniel Rosenfeld explains.
Tel Aviv Cinematheque screening film festival about 1948 war next week, which Miri Regev believes violates 'Nakba Law.'
Avraham Marcus Klingberg immigrated to Israel in 1948, and allegedly spied on it for the next 35 years, until a double agent burnt his cover.
Shin Bet and Israel Police say they are optimistic about bringing the perpetrators of the crime to justice, after a coordinated effort to solve the case.
Members of anti-Arab Lehava group assert that YMCA event in Jerusalem, which previously focused on local Christians, targeted Jewish children this year.
Customers feel as if Golan, known for it's low prices, is abandoning the little guy and selling out to larger corporations.
In his hand-colored photographic works, such as those now on show in Paris, Youssef Nabil embodies his longings for the past, for a world that no longer exists and may never have existed – except in the movies.
Dr. Karina Yaniv, a chemist and biologist conducting groundbreaking research in embryonic development, tackles the mother of all questions: When does life begin?