Some beaches outside of urban areas still charge for parking, and the local governments say they use the money to maintain the beaches.
Among 11th and 12th graders, about 39 percent of boys and girls in the Jewish community said they had tried a water pipe, and 42 percent of boys and girls in the Arab community said they had done so.
High-tech exports, which have driven overall exports in recent years, showed the biggest drop.
The new, far-right civilian controller of the country’s largest institution has a lot to learn and a lot to prove.
Off-duty border policemen were caught on film beating Maysam Abu Alqian, but claim he attacked them first.
Israeli ambassador to the UN speaks to 1,500 attendees, praising U.S. students as 'the Iron Dome of the State of Israel.'
Document circulated by France proposes that talks with foreign ministers Friday focus on formulating parameters for a solution to the core issues of a final peace deal.
Russian Defense Ministry rejects claim by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that Russia carried out wave of late night strikes, killing at least seven children.
Two founders of KamaTech, which helps the ultra-Orthodox find work in high tech, give TheMarker an unequivocal yes. Tech companies just have to get over their prejudices, they say.
The disease still has no cure, but as part of an interdisciplinary approach, guided therapy and vigorous exercise can help restore the quality of life to those afflicted with it.
In Shai Dotan’s vision, the city disengages from the earth.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.