The couple moved with their three children to Syria and Iraq, where the father fought alongside Islamic State. They decided to return to Israel following heavy bombing on Mosul.
'I can't even hate you,' Israeli Arab rapper Tamer Nafar retorts at hecklers after winding up his concert in Haifa celebrating Jewish-Arab coexistence, held in defiance of Israeli culture minister's efforts to thwart it.
Haaretz meets up with some foreign tourists to find out what brought them to Israel, what they think of the country - and why one man decided to walk from France to Jerusalem.
Arab citizens do not want to give up on their citizenship – they aspire to live as a national minority in a democratic country.
After Culture Minister Miri Regev blasted the rapper's planned performance, city authorities had considered scrapping his appearance.
Miri Regev says Tamer Nafar's poetry legitimizes terrorism; the rapper says he has no intention of being silenced.
The Firqat Alnoor Orchestra will be playing at this month's InDnegev Festival, showing the Tel Aviv hipsters what real alternative music is.
Higher Arab Monitoring Committee claims the enhancements concerning historical events related to the conflict would improve the future of Israeli Arabs and their aspirations for equal citizenship.
The Shin Bet security service says the ISIS-affiliated cell began digging a tunnel that would run below the security barrier.
Around 170 intellectuals and cultural figures sign petition calling for charges to be dropped against Tatour, arrested almost a year ago because over a poem published online.