The fact that Sheldon Adelson - who is as far apart from me ideologically as east is from west - donates so much to the project does not make Birthright a radical right-wing idea.
Birthright Israel celebrates Bar-Mitzvah
Thousands of program participants from around the world attended the gigantic party-cum-pep rally at the Jerusalem International Convention Center.
Young Israeli envoys are aggressively pushing engagement with all things Israel on North American college campuses.
The quintessentially Israeli fried-balls-in-a-bread-pocket have been joined by an array of yummy street-food options.
Few remember that the flagship program had many detractors when it was launched 13 years ago. Today, few initiatives enjoy as much support in the Jewish world.
Or does it? Some flirtations that begin on the bus end up under the chuppah.
As the nation gears up for another election on January 22, it can be hard to stay on top of things. Here’s what you need to know.
Haaretz tags along on a Birthright specialty excursion, this one devoted to Israel's vibrant culinary scene. Anyone up for more shakshuka?
Israel produces its own reality show ‘idols,’ but just like elsewhere, the legendary names still dominate the charts.
An American and an Israeli growing up worlds apart draw similar inspiration from what has become a hallmark of the 10-day trip - face-to-face meetings on the bus.