The ordnance was probably discarded by Turkish troops as they fled from the British 100 years ago.
Parks authority documents crossings of animals, albeit no gazelles yet, over national road company’s new earth-covered bridge.
Residents of towns like Kiryat Shmona say they have ‘no health care services, no employment and no quality of life.’
Most come from poor families, and activists on both sides are trying to help. In the meantime, what kind of adults will these kids become?
Ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs are known to be the two poorest sectors in Israeli society. A tour of Nazareth for 20 Haredim highlights many similarities between the two communities. Just don't mention the baklava.
The big question is whether the Volcani Institute for Agricultural Research can be moved from the center of the country to the north.
If there’s another round of fighting, Hezbollah will aim to seize a locale for a few hours and fly its flags amid the burning ruins. But the Israelis’ return is all part of the plan.
With subtle and disembodied images, maverick Druze photographer Amira Zayan depicts the status of women in a strict society – while still respecting its sensitivities.
Well-preserved findings in burial cave from Natufian era 12,000 years ago shed light on surprisingly complex funereal rituals.
Mayors of southern Israel call for planned facility, scheduled to be built in the Jezreel Valley, to instead be constructed at Nevatim, south of Be'er Sheva.