Gallery owners and curators insist ethnicity makes no difference in Israel's art world. But is that really so?
The exhibition explores the origins and even politics of the palm-shaped amulet
Even though Netanyahu has acted cynically, can one ignore the fact that under his governance, the socio-ethnic fabric of the public domain has changed beyond recognition?
It’s comfortable for white, secular, economically comfortable American Jewish leftists to only talk to white, secular, economically comfortable Israeli Jewish leftists. But it won’t bring peace one minute sooner
At its peak during the 1920s, the Jewish community in this Suez Canal city numbered almost 1,000 people. Efforts are being made to preserve their legacy before it’s too late
A U.S. Guerrilla Filmmaker Caught Israel’s Black Panthers on Tape. Fifty Years On, the Footage Can Finally Be Seen
In 1971, American activist David Cort flew to Israel and captured rare scenes of a country presenting a triumphalist image to the world yet riven by internal strife. It wasn't what the Hadassah Foundation was expecting
A million people need an election to declare that decency is no advantage and corruption is no disadvantage. Netanyahu knows that 40 years of indoctrination have done their job
As housing minister, the Moroccan-born former Likud bigwig made changes that improved the so-called development towns in the country's outskirts
The information could provide more detail on the Mizrahi Jews who suffered in 'development towns' early in Israel's history
Glamorous Women Visiting Temple in High Heels and Sexy Clothes – Isaac Mizrahi’s Unlikely Memories of Orthodox Life
The Jewish-American fashion designer is best known these days for his flamboyant lifestyle and work. Yet his Jewish upbringing as the descendant of Syrian Jews in Brooklyn was decidedly different