Some of these 3,000 individuals in Israel's north have been there for generations, but without building permits or official recognition of their communities, the future often looks grimmer than the past
Or Kashti is the education analyst for Haaretz Newspaper.
Despite 1996 law recognizing secular burial as a right, the reality is there aren’t enough plots to go around
The fact that 60 percent of the students with Ethiopian roots were born in Israel and had all their schooling in the country has not closed the gap
One book that depicts a religious family positively and secular family negatively will already be amended, said the ministry
Secular Forum of school parents issues findings based on study of 80 public school books
Aim is to prevent private ambulance firms from price-gouging bereaved families
Actual number of missing bodies is almost certainly much higher, as only two of 123 bodies requested by Palestinian family members located
The asylum seeker says she was just following the traditions of her country. If she beats the child-abuse charges, she'll set a legal precedent.
To obtain funding, filmmakers working with the Rabinovich Foundation must declare their films won't present Independence Day as a day of mourning or insult symbols of the state.
A committee set up by Israel's culture minister is requesting the names of screenwriters, directors and producers, as well as the names of officials who approved or turned down each script and why.