James Richardson won major concessions that some legal experts said were problematic
Ben Gurion Airport
A Jewish-American recalls the time he had to explain kosher laws to 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' author Douglas Adams; a former Israeli explains why he prefers Japan
Carriers cancelling planned routes this summer for want of security arrangements
A history student from Berlin talks about European refugee crises; a scientist from Canada has figured out how to make fish happy
Seen Perry? His owner is going to great lengths to find him, including a 20,000-shekel reward for anyone finding the missing dog
The rabbi of the Efrat settlement tells two stories that explain his belief in God.
Taxi firm could end up paying state more, not less, under changed terms
Democracy is waning globally, and China might be to blame, a Belgian researcher visiting Israel says; an Israeli doula misses four births to surf in Sri Lanka.
A British-Indian on eco-trip to Israel is 'surprised to discover that Christianity and Islam actually sprang from Judaism'; two young friends, one from Israel and the other from Japan, reunite on the tarmac.
'I don't quite understand the decision,' said Pini Schiff, former head of security at Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion airport.