Karen Glick is one of the outstanding players on the Israeli beach volleyball team which is participating in the European championships that started this week in Tel Aviv.
A lack of consistent government policy is pushing up home prices, which could spark widening social gaps, resentment and emigration. Thus declared a report by the Knesset research center - back in 2008.
A recently discovered trove of documents from the 1950s reveals a nasty battle in Jerusalem over the hebraization of street and neighborhood names. This campaign is still raging today.
If the government had been more attentive to warnings in reports and understood the severity of the problem, they may have headed off the largest demonstrations on a social issue the country has seen in recent decades.
Report claims German intelligence destroyed file of Nazi criminal, tried to recruit him into its ranks.
Business at the country’s first ecological therapeutic pool, which offers New Age-type treatments in chlorine-free water, is going ... well, swimmingly.
A U.S. auction house put up for sale numerous handwritten documents from Josef Mengele’s estate, which offer a glimpse into what interested Auschwitz’s infamous doctor 15 years after the war.
The 31 ring notebooks and bound diaries were written from 1960-75, after Mengele escaped to Brazil following WWII; the auction house refused to divulge the buyer's identity.
More than 4,000 pages of journal entries and other material written by Nazi doctor are expected to be sold for between $300,000 to $400,000.
The sensational literary trove has finally been published in Hebrew − 70 years after her death at Auschwitz.