Prominent figures in Breaking the Silence, B’Tselem and other organizations report harassment of family members, and say the delegitimization campaign against them starts in the government.
Samar Qupty thanks airport security on Facebook for 'making sure to remind me every time anew how unwanted I am here.'
Committee chairman says Israeli elite has turned him into a punching bag, rather than accepting Mizrahi identity.
Move would lessen dependence on coal, reduce pollution and provide use for refuse.
At the edges of the big cities, older neighborhoods are changing as well-off professionals move in and raise housing prices. But do older residents always have to lose out and move out?
State comptroller says he’ll support inquiry commission on Operation Protective Edge if forthcoming report is classified to spare top officials his criticism.
No price tag revealed but sources value the Keter deal with BC Partners at up to $1.8 billion.
Nusra Front renames itself Jabhat Fatah al Sham so international community can no longer use pretext of its affiliation with Al-Qaida to attack Syrians, group's leader says.
Federal Trade Commission clears deal after Israeli drug maker agrees to sell 79 generic drugs to rival firms.
Imagine a prosthesis that never chafes, made of programmable material.
Hava Cohen and Talia Peri’s latest song builds to exquisite effect, Danny Sanderson shows some deep empathy and Avior Malasa proves that beach songs aren’t completely washed up
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.