This week at the Tel Aviv airport: This German-Swedish couple has a complicated relationship with Israel ■ An American travels to Israel to help Jewish individuals and groups donate money
Holy Landings: Tales from the Airport
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An American-Israeli marketing exec describes selling the Israeli dream to investors ■ A scientist travels from France to Israel to be alone in the desert
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: The best Jewish cage fighter in Western Canada talks about his upcoming graphic novel ■ The secret to getting your life together, according to an Israeli sales manager
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: Two future doctors talk about the obstacles they face in Israel because they studied medicine abroad
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A Jewish youth movement counselor visiting from Argentina says Israel is as great as he was always told ■ Israeli couple explain what they love about Budapest
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Israeli tries to understand what’s exciting about sweets
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Israeli whose biggest ambition in life is to travel the world talks about the magic of the Pacific Crest Trail, and hiking in general
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Israeli who moved to the U.S. because he couldn't stand the politics, and a Hungarian who moved to Israel for love
This week at the Tel Aviv airport ■ A nature-loving Israeli lawyer talks about his big-city jaunt: 'Instead of spending a weekend in Tel Aviv, you can do one in Berlin for the same price, and the sausages are better.'
Departures / Arrivals: A New Zealand man with 'bad skin cancer' comes to Israel to see where Jesus walked on water; a South African couple and their dog move to Israel for their retirement.
'We did it through Google Translate. I wrote in English, she wrote in Russian, and each of us translated into his/her language'
Arrivals / Departures: Two sets of girlfriends, two decades apart, talk about what occupies them.
Arrivals / Departures: What it's like to 'get lost in the now,' according to Kostantin from Jerusalem.
Arrivals / Departures: Two different Israeli couples, two very different stories.
Arrivals / Departures: A Chinese woman about to perform in Israel has trouble defining her act; an architect who moved to Tel Aviv from Rome talks about Israeli men.