In India, where girls are married off at 4, where a woman is murdered every hour over dowry and where sexual violence is a form of pushback for progress, being female is an unbearable fate, an Israeli expert says
The Israeli prime minister's wife rejected the lifeline handed to her by the attorney general. The indictment offers insight into what we might expect in the heavier cases pending against the Netanyahus
Netanyahu has seriously undermined relations between Israel and the Jewish world, so it was only natural that the panel picking the next Jewish Agency chairman rejected his nominee for the job - tapping opposition leader Isaac Herzog instead
LGBT activists from Turkey arrive in Tel Aviv to share ideas and soak up the energy
While Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman kept the cabinet guessing about his position on Gaza, the army draft legislation once again pushed the government to the brink of an abyss
Archival documents shed new light on Israel’s secret efforts to guarantee Syria’s sovereignty after 1948, and reveal the surprising relations that existed between the two countries as they each fought for their independence
Set in London’s Haredi community, 'Disobedience,' starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams, transcends its social confines to create a complex story
In 1934, Egypt's finest soccer player, El-Tetsh, led the national team to qualify for the World Cup – in a game in the heart of the first Hebrew city
Why are Israeli Jews so reluctant to admit their food has been influenced by Arab cuisine? A political scientist tries to figure it out
11 facts to get you pumped for the 2018 World Cup – including the candidates for this year’s star and eventual winner
Two new Netflix comedy shows return to the traditional broadcasting model of making viewers wait a week or month for a new episode. And they’re worth it
The story of a Gaza baby's death illustrates how symbols are constructed from a narrative that ignores the facts
Why are filmmakers so inexorably drawn to Agatha Christie's work?
The crew on Benjamin and Sara Netanyahu's El Al flight to Europe this week were given a list of dos and don'ts. One guideline stood out in particular
Turns out, a street in an upscale Jerusalem suburb is actually outside the State of Israel
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: For this Israeli family, life is all about nature - starting with a natural home birth
The successful targeted killing of the friendly Israel-Argentina match by the Palestinians marks a milestone in their diplomatic struggle against Israel
Opinion Why Did Three Decent Israeli Supreme Court Justices Sign Off on Sniper Fire on Gaza Protesters?
And what I would have done in their place
'Losing a child kills a certain type of hope': Father an Israeli teen who was killed in the flash flood disaster alongside nine of her classmates speaks out
Given the array of new gender labels, it’s clear that regular gays are considered pretty straight
As long as Gazans are defined as refugees from Palestine, there’s no real chance to rebuild the Strip
A pediatric endocrinologist describes the tough road faced by transgender children and teens who decide to undergo hormone therapy
Even Netanyahu knows there's no magic solution for Gaza tensions
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A Christian Swede explains why he was given a Jewish name by an American rabbi; A Jerusalemite explains the link between Jewish psychology and style
How a principal of a Nablus school that's regarded as a model of academic excellence became an illegal alien after three decades in the West Bank
Why are religion and science so closely linked, and what do Muslim kids in Brussels have to do with ultra-Orthodox youngsters in Jerusalem? An interview with science historian Lorraine Daston
The question is what's going to happen at the World Cup in Russia
After the pressures of Israel's early years faded, why did the suicide rate rise dramatically ?
War journalist Arkady Babchenko explains what the Russian opposition has to do and why Putin could end up like Saddam Hussein
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: What it's like to walk around with an Israeli flag in Iraq; This couple moved to Israel because they couldn't bear the dull, problem-free life in Australia
The Church has a blood-drenched, barbaric past, says Rev. Gary Mason, a leader of the Northern Ireland reconciliation movement. But religious leaders can be agents of healing, too
Bobby Kennedy's assassination, 50 years later: Sirhan Sirhan, whose family fled Jerusalem in 1948, may have been America's first Middle Eastern lone-wolf terrorist
Growing awareness of claims that 'singing rabbi' Shlomo Carlebach sexually assaulted women has sparked a backlash against his musical legacy
KeepOlim will hold its 2nd Annual Free Purim Party Fiesta in Tel Aviv while Rabbis For Human Rights pays tribute to one of its members
The United States adopted a black-and-white approach to terror after the September 11 attacks, which boosted Israel
Two teens tap into fashion for a cause; when Gershwin met Rosenblatt.
Jews and Muslims come together for International Day of Peace; five walking tours in Jerusalem; a chance to hike all over the country during Sukkot.
Music center for youth throws fundraising concert; Sculpture show opens in Tel Aviv; Jerusalem Biennale returns to the capital.
Some enlightening theories about why we kindle the holiday candles for eight days.