Dr. Amal Abu Sa’ad, 42, of Be’er Sheva’s Kaye Academic College of Education, lost her husband last January when he was shot by police during the evacuation of the Bedouin community of Umm al-Hiran. She speaks out about her life and about losing two husbands
300 babies are abandoned in Israel each year. Sivan Almoz, director of an organization that sends volunteers to be with those often ill infants, talks about her work and her own rough start.
Historian Gideon Greif has dedicated his life to clearing the name of Auschwitz's Sonderkommando and exposing the 'pure Jewish heroism' of their revolt.
An interview with an Arab Israeli who has been leading delegations from Physicians for Human Rights to the Gaza Strip for 30 years.
How do women's tears affect men? What happens when we sniff a baby? And can odor be weaponized? Prof. Noam Sobel explains how smells influence the brain.
Raviv Drucker tells Haaretz that he doesn’t fear Netanyahu’s propaganda campaign against him, even though he once needed security personnel to guard his home.
The Nazis conducted experiments on her mother and nailed her father's tongue to a wall. And yet, Israeli lecturer Tamar Ketko still managed to be shocked by what she found in Nazi textbooks she discovered in a Zurich library cellar.
Rami Gudovitch watched hundreds of refugee kids ripped away from the only home they knew - Israel - as they were deported to war-torn South Sudan in 2012. He has since dedicated his life to rescuing those he could from jails and battlegrounds and providing them with education in Uganda.
An expert on Islam explains how suicide went from being a moral taboo in Islam, to the key element of the global jihad - from Hezbollah to ISIS.
Haleli Smadar gave up the 9-to-5 world for life on the road with her children. She talks about the freedom of nomadic life – and about feeling that there is no way back.