This week at the Tel Aviv airport: The organizer of the Porny Days festival talks about her effort to 'inject broader meaning into porn'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: This German came to Israel for the history, but fell in love with the desert ■ What it's like to be a young female filmmaker: 'When I get a job, I think that it’s because of how I look'
Starting in December, Latam will fly three times a week from Santiago to Tel Aviv via Sao Paulo
Launching in time for Israel's 70th birthday, the 10-stop local version of Boston's Freedom Trail is centered in the seaside city's buzzing financial, culinary and cultural hub
Ad Campaign by Israel's Tourism Ministry, Seen by Tens of Millions of Europeans, Expands to the Americas
It’s based on the assumption that, although Israel has a wealth of historic sites and unique landscapes to offer the tourist, what many people are looking for when planning a vacation is sun and beaches
In 2017, 3.6 million tourists visited Israel, a 25 percent increase on 2016. But the boom is proving a headache at popular sites like Jerusalem’s Old City and the Sea of Galilee
Uncle and brother of Oliver McAfee, 29, who went missing last November, suspect he may have been the victim of foul play
The judge not only rejected the state’s position but also suggested that other segregated frameworks are discriminatory
Christian Pilgrims From Across the World Come to Israel to Visit This Site. There's Just One Problem: It's Sitting in a Minefield
Despite promises they’ll be cleared away, land mines still dot the area abutting the Jordan River that’s known for the site where Jesus was baptized
Shortage of Israelis working abroad temporarily in security jobs could cause problem from as early as next week and run well into the summer