Miri Regev tells Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav that the privately funded event 'seeks to undermine our sovereignty and the very existence of the State of Israel'
On a recent visit, Master of Wine Jancis Robinson praised Israeli whites but had some suggestions for producers of reds
The performances at Jerusalem International Dance Week feature exposed female breasts, but Israel's Deputy Attorney General argues Culture Minister Miri Regev has no legal authority to withhold funding due to a work's content
Anisa Ashkar is a female Muslim artist presenting her work in a place once reserved for men's prayer. She addresses this tension in her art
'This isn’t about music, it’s about human rights,' Waters writes after Nick Cave says BDS is what brought him to Israel
A deeper look at the works of legendary photographer Rudi Weissenstein from 1936 to 1973 shows what was and no longer exists, and hints of the future
Josiane Mansoura reveals the confectionery's checkered history over three continents, the secret of its success, and why rich Syrians like Trump
The ancient Hazorites created a unique wool business 3,700 years ago, while all the other great powers of the ancient Middle East continued to rely on the hardy goat, which tended not to flop over and die.
Shmulik Maoz's 'Foxtrot' shouts the tragic cry of contemporary Israeli life: the howl of parents whose soldier son has died, the bellow of a soldier at a checkpoint, the site of the ruination of Israeli identity
The city has become the world leader in the number of tourists who stay in Airbnb apartments. As a result rents are rising, tenants are being evicted to make room for tourists and the authorities are turning a blind eye
In his new nonfiction book the novelist’s language is wondrous as usual, but behind it lurks all the problems of the Zionist left – from arrogance and sanctification of secularism to dodging the toughest questions
New research shows that at least half the subjects tested did better with plain white bread than with so-called ‘healthy’ whole wheat slices
It was hard to identify silky anteater types because they're tiny, nocturnal and live in treetops, but somebody took the trouble and had quite the surprise
Riffing on President Trump and the current climate in the Washington, the fictional president incredulously asks Berenson 'How is that they tried to assassinate me and I’m the one under investigation?'
Shlomo Cohen-Abarbanel won artistic success while serving as a secret agent in Egypt in the early 1950s; Israeli artist Tamir Zadok traveled to Cairo in pursuit of his story
As Poem of the Week bids farewell, Solomon Ibn Gabirol paints an alluring winter landscape.
Head of Iconic Israeli Theater Festival Unfazed by Pressure to Quit Over Banned Play About Palestinian Prisoners
Director Moni Yosef has been called a Nazi for taking over the Acre Fringe Theater Festival after the play ‘Prisoners of the Occupation’ was banned. He tells Haaretz why he's sticking to his guns