When Yedioth Ahronoth made two desperate messages from a mother to her missing daughter its front page headline following a terror attack, it sunk to a new low. Sadly, others are sure to follow its lead.
My children are Yusuf, six, and Karim, five. I don’t know exactly why, perhaps because of the bitter cold or because of the growing tension at home since the electricity shortage began, but they have wet their beds a number of times.
The true purpose of the bill is to impose a sweeping sanction on anyone who doesn’t accept the Israeli occupation policy.
When a radical Islamist thinks he hears a command from Allah that he should kill a Jew or a Christian, this command overrides all other considerations.
Israel has been living through a form of Trumpism for years. But Netanyahu has one enormous advantage over his U.S. counterpart: the public still loves him.
Cultural elites have a duty to help restore the public’s faith in common values, the values of Western modernism.
The only chance we have to rebuild the character of the Israeli media rests on our shared love of the profession, our shared fear for Israel's future and our desire to be upright citizens.
Bethlehem hosted an open day of musical events last week, including a master class by a renowned French violinist. If only the Israeli army wasn't so busy creating stories for me to cover.
U.K. Labour leader's request comes after an Israeli embassy official was recording as saying he wanted to 'take down' British politicians he deemed unfriendly to Israel.
Maysaloun Hamoud’s debut feature 'In Between' shines an illuminating light on three young Arabs living in the heart of Tel Aviv.