Fans roared as Mohammed Assaf took the stage in Ramallah for a performance that united Palestinians - even if it lasted only 27 minutes.
Birthright is now 13 years old. Haaretz talks to five Israelis who have also reached that milestone and discovers through them a different ‘start-up nation.’
The third and final installment of the series exploring food in Mea She'arim, Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox neighborhood, takes a look at the fast-food establishments that have become staples of the community.
In the second on this three-part series on the food of Mea She'arim, a spotlight on the Ashkenazi stews and savory dishes of Jerualem's Haredi heart.
In the first installment of a three-part series about eating and drinking in Mea She'arim, we visit the ultra-Orthodox hood's bakeries.
Libyan cuisine in Bnei Brak, a perfect pint in Bat Yam and a brewpub in Petah Tikva are some of the culinary treasures found in the suburbs and towns just beyond Tel Aviv.
Young Friends of the Arts helps Israeli art institutions appeal to the artistically inclined youth.
In the final installment in a three-part series on Palestinian organic farming, Murad Alkhufash practices permaculture while also staking a claim to the soil he loves.
Despite the efforts of activists to deter them, a group of Israelis traveled to Jordan to see a popular Lebanese rock band perform.
In the second installment in a three-part series on Palestinian organic farming, Palestinian artist and filmmaker Mazen Saadeh takes on a new project organic farming in the cross hairs of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.