The controversial special issue of Israel Studies, dedicated to pushing back against anti-Zionism, led to the resignation of 11 members of its editorial board
The study was funded by the National Insurance Institute, and will be presented next week at a conference at Sapir College
Study by an institute for national policy predicts that by 2050 nearly all Israelis will also be doing everything else underground because the population will double
If the law is followed to the letter, every examination of a document in the State Archives would need the approval of the agency that deposited it there. There’s no need to elaborate on why this is problematic
Archivist accedes to order to obey law and let depositors of archival material decide on each request to view it – a practical impossibility
Israel Defense Force’s bombardment and sinking of a weapons supply ship of the pre-state underground militia Etzel was one of the most dramatic and heartrending affairs in Israel’s history and to this day splits the right and left.
Although divided by their views of each other, across the political and religious spectrum Jews overwhelmingly agree on several topics including their opinion of Israel's soldiers.
For all those suffering from voluntary amnesia here are just a few of the Irgun's highlights of Hamas-worthy violence.
'Humanities graduates can contribute to business administration, high-tech and public policy, too. It’s important to bring people from the humanities into these fields as well.'
Bigger effort must be invested in giving weaker groups their basic rights in the workforce, says outgoing equal employment opportunity chief.
A new book tells the story of how Zionism's outsiders became its power elite.
Are we disenchanted with enchantment; realists or cynics? Or does it have to do with Jewish heroes being all too human?
Rolling the early Zionist dice: An early board game sheds light on the culture of games in Mandatory Palestine.
While some of the grandest hotels from a century ago are being restored to their former glory, others are on the verge of ruin.
Cross-cultural '50s retrospective of Arab, Jewish life is unveiled – in Kfar Sava shopping mall.
Urban planner Tovi Fenster's discovery that her childhood home now belongs to Arabs living nearby underlies a study on transforming houses in conflict areas into 'contact zones.'
A brief history of the tribe and of the word 'Israel,' and how the modern state almost came to be called something completely different. Hint: Who is Isaac Pernhoff?
The Health Ministry, a participant in the new study, has already called for tougher limits on emissions in advance of a new plan to increase Haifa Bay fuel production.
He told an interviewer: ‘I am quiet, reserved, and careful.Ben-Gurionis impulsive, impetuous and intuitive. My capital C is Caution;Ben-Gurion’s capital C is Courage.’
Monastery includes olive press, wine press and mosaics; Antiquities Authority launches new website for archeological survey of entire country.
AMCHA advises Jewish students to check names 'before registering,' accuses academics of breaking law; religious Jewish prof asks to be included.
Intelligence obtained by the French secret services in the Middle East sheds new light on Britain’s role in the Arab-Israeli War of Independence.
'Fast talk' with historian Irad Malkin: On the insecurities driving Israel's need to define itself.
David Stoliar, 91, was only one of 769 Jewish refugees to survive Soviet torpedoing of Jewish immigrant ship in Black Sea.
The story of a mythic family figure killed in a 1946 Palmach operation, when he was only 18, teaches us about how family and national histories intersect in Israel.
Note features a previously unknown yet familiar saying: 'What a man truly wants, he must dream about, think about, tell about and do.’
Harvard-educated head of yeshiva getting award for Jewish Religious Literature.
Vote by ministerial committee for legislation coincides with Netanyahu's demand that Palestinians recognize Israel as nation-state of Jewish people.
In 'My Promised Land,' veteran Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit retraces the steps of his great-grandfather, while examining how Israel arrived at its current political impasse. The question is: Did it have to be this way?