Two-week course developed by experts in the hopes community leaders can return to Iraq, where 'there’s roughly one psychologist or social worker for every 300,000 people,' with the tools to help others
In Israel, equality between men and women is under consistent and systematic attack, and the academic world is one of its major battlefronts
Dress Codes and Separate Entrances: Gender Segregation in Israeli Universities Expands Beyond the Classroom
Although authorities limited separation to the classroom, modesty supervisors are active in hallways, libraries and building entrances
Ladino was a form of Spanish spoken by Jews in Iberia at the time of the Spanish expulsion in 1492
Putin isn’t lying. Trump doesn’t lie. Nor does Netanyahu. They don't refer to any reality. They create it.
Americans view plan to move outpost to West Bank land abandoned by Palestinians as deviating from Netanyahu's commitment to Obama that Israel would not appropriate Palestinian lands for settlements.
Reassuring words of peace without deeds won't improve relations with the U.S., stop the French initiative or get Netanyahu a photo-op with an Arab leader. Why? Kerry, Mogherini and Sissi just don't believe him.
In his 2009 Bar-Ilan speech, the prime minister said he envisioned a Palestinian state. The opposition expects to fail in Sunday's vote but make a point.
Prof. Elinor Saiegh-Haddad to head Department of English Literature and Linguistics at Israel's only religious institute of higher education.
Bar-Ilan University Bars Open Gay Pride Events, Says 'What if Pedophiles Wanted to Hold a Happening?'
Spokesman says the university has a religious character and that homosexual relations are forbidden in Jewish law.
You tricked us once, twice, three times – shame on you. If we let you trick us a fourth time, shame on us.
Citing academic freedom, they have released only partial data. The treasury suspects that violations of salary caps are frequent.
Ombudsman refuses to intervene in Rabbinical Court's decision to bar women from meeting in the presence of their children.
Nanotech-based method, which recently proved itself during its first tests on humans, aims to enable cancer diagnosis.
Hebrew U. still top Israeli university, but slips 11 slots; Weizmann falls out of top 100 while Haifa disappears altogether.
The condemnation of a professor who dared to link together all the war’s victims without distinction emanates extreme nationalism and insensitivity.
Religion has seeped ever more deeply into the state, to the point where it is hard to draw the boundary between them.
Following request from a student, some 500 devout Muslim students at the university will now have regular venue for their daily prayers.
Boycott backfires by hindering dialogue between Isralis and Palestinians, scholars say.
Students worry that humanities courses don't leave them with a profession.
Ultra-Orthodox Malka Schaps, a world-renowned professor of mathematics and a grandmother of 17, has made a habit of pushing the envelope, though not all her friends know she has.
In tests on lab rats, Israeli researchers found that a synthetic compound - when used in conjunction with chemotherapy - left more eggs viable.
With a roving program of language classes called The Schoolhouse, Sara Stern is giving Israel's asylum seekers the ultimate gift: The ability to read and write English.
Bar-Ilan official says MA track, now in its 10th year, drawing a diverse mix of local Israelis and international students, from aspiring writers to the more seasoned.
State Comptroller office questions Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman about employment terms at university of which he was chairman of the executive council.