Nir Baram, whose new novel, ‘At Night’s End,’ is his most personal work yet, talks about the death of his mother and the suicide of his best friend, and what he has learned from interviewing settlers and Palestinians
The 2016 Hebrew-language comedy tells the story of Israeli military band reservists who discover that Israel has withdrawn from Lebanon without them, but in the U.S. version, the withdrawal will be from Iraq
In her new documentary, Manya Lozovskaya takes an ironic look at the process a Russian immigrant woman must undergo in order to pass muster as a Jew in Israel
'The Boy from H2' follows 12-year-old Mohammed Burkan, a resident of Hebron’s H2 area, which is under Israeli military control
Shawarma that kills, a hot dog stand that delivers the goods, and a wok joint that offers tons of variety
Israeli Arab Director Rejects BDS Movement’s 'Dangerous, Condescending' Request to Ax U.K. Film Screening
BDS movement says 'Holy Air' screening is propaganda meant to cover up 'Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people'
Whether served on a plate or in a pita, doner kebab with lahmajoun and other Turkish delights make hearty eating at Baba Jim
Fossil plant 57 million years old found in Meghalaya seems ancestral to the sweet potato, and indicates the split from tobacco and tomatoes occurred a lot earlier than thought
This Balfour Declaration documentary offers a Zionist ethos nostalgia overdose and a superficial gloss on the Arabs living in pre-state Palestine
Paper's authors 'amazed' how nobody in power reacted to the arrival of brightly colored hammerhead flatworms, until 'citizen scientists' took photos of them
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Arts & Leisure
If one (gender fluid) man links Israel’s pop music scene to the LGBT community’s emergence out of the closet, it’s the enigmatic Offer Nissim
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'