'I don't quite understand the decision,' said Pini Schiff, former head of security at Tel Aviv's Ben-Gurion airport.
Ben Gurion Airport
17-year-old lovers on their way back from an anniversary trip to Berlin talk about staying together against the odds; a slightly older couple talk about packing up their life to move Down Under.
Israeli school trips to Nazi death camps in Poland should teach about 'life here and now: Arabs, refugees, racism,' a guide says; four childhood friends debate whether Israel is a good place to live.
Now is the time to plan your summer vacation, it is probably too late for good deals for Passover: What to avoid.
A young couple talk about the difference between life in Israel and elsewhere; a teacher describes what it's like to teach English through sports.
What happens if you've ever signed a petition condemning the Israeli occupation? This is your survival kit for entry into the country at Ben-Gurion airport.
Omar Shakir's work visa request was previously denied due to 'Palestinian propaganda.' A week later, he tried again, but was still refused. He was finally let in on Tuesday.
'How Would Israelis Feel if Another Country Decided Not to Let Them in Because They Advocate for Settlements?'
As Israeli lawmakers propose to bar settlement-boycott supporters from entering the country, rights groups and others move between outrage and dismay.
The Zionist youth of Costa Rica is in Israel to learn; a South African couple on a Holy Land pilgrimage talking about quitting their careers to become nut farmers.
Massive lines at check-in counters and hundreds of pieces of grounded luggage at Ben Gurion Airport.