'I don’t sing for or endorse governments, fucked up as they are. The darkest places need it most,' he said
Tel Aviv, Douze Points! WATCH: Israel's Eurovision Pick Sings TOY Live for the First Time - and the Crowd Goes Wild
No less than twenty-seven music acts from all over Europe (plus one from Australia) came to Israel this week to participate in an extravagant Eurovision event. The main star was the city itself
'If we take all the Jews that came from North Africa, we have a substantial group' of Africans in Israel. What if there was a radio show to reflect that?
Popular media personality Kobi Meidan says he wrote out of 'pain and concern' after killings of Gazans, and that 'soldiers are dear to us'
The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement says hit TV series Fauda ‘legitimizes war crimes’ and ‘breaches of international law’
Netta Barzilai's 'Toy' came in 17th place on the list of the most listened-to songs on iTunes in Spain; in Poland it landed in 36th place, in the Netherlands it’s 46 and it reached 54 in Norway
The group that became famous for its opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime was invited to Israel by the International Writers Festival, which will take place in Jerusalem at the beginning of the month
Israel's Foreign Ministry shared a video of Netta Barzilai performing 'Toy' on its Arabic-language Facebook page, and got surprisingly positive responses
Static and Ben El Tavori snag 10-year international recording contract with Capitol Records
'Toy' and Netta Barzilai are ‘authentic, poppy and catchy’ says major Eurovision blog
At the Israel Academy for Film and Television’s awards ceremony, Channel 10 won for best news broadcast, 'A Wonderful Country' for best satire program and Ilana Dayan for lifetime achievement
The award, given by the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, is given annually to three recipients for their unique contribution to advancing human rights in Israel
Rapper Azealia Banks Urged to Cancel Tel Aviv Show: 'You Support Blacks, Until It Comes to Boycotting Israel'
African-American hip-hop artist reminded on social media of Israel's plans to expel African asylum seekers
Jerusalem Is Boycotting the Israeli Film Foxtrot, but the President's Wife Isn't Afraid to Say She Liked It
Israel's culture minister has been waging a battle against the film, in which Israeli soldiers are seen killing the passengers of a car and covering the traces of their act
Three women seek $13,000 in damages from New Zealand BDS activists for “suffer[ing] terrible disappointment from the cancellation of the appearance"
The film describes the activity behind the scenes of the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. The U.S. cable network will air the film to mark the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Accords
The British group will grace the stage of Amphi Park in May, and Israelis who want to catch the show will have to part from 230 shekels (per ticket)
An interviewee in a new documentary series about Mizrahi Jews tells Haaretz about life’s challenges both in France and the old-new country
We hope that 'Fauda' will maintain the courage that was central to it, and won’t turn into another pseudo-American series about evil terrorists and smart Jews who try to stop them
Ad campaign for new season of TV drama included signs in Arabic only without Hebrew translations, and two mayors want them taken down