Called 'The Penultimate Speech of the Red Indian to the White Man', the song features verses written by Palestinian national poet Mahmoud Darwish
The American Academy of Motion Pictures has grown weary of films about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The film, which focuses on the Israeli military among other themes, sparked political controversy in Israel despite the fact that it has been hailed worldwide
Director Steven Spielbergs donation to Israel during the Second Lebanon War is still a bit rich for some people north of the border
Morrissey’s new album shows he’s too busy making supposedly provocative statements in the frequent interviews he gives, and neglecting his real talent
'The State,' a new British Channel 4 mini-drama that depicts young people who travel to Syria to join Islamic State has attracted criticism
Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman, starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot, has already earned $97.1 million by Sunday, set to pass $100 million line by weekend's conclusion
New satire video has Donald Trump promising to delete tapes of James Comey that don't exist if the FBI director destroys the evidence against him
Natan Goshen and singer LP also to appear in July show at Rishon Letzion's Live Park.
Danny Maseng, who recorded translations of the Nobel laureate’s songs over 40 years ago, reminisces.
Why should the government pay for flights and stays of Hollywood actors in order to combat the boycott movement?
The 'Batman vs. Superman' star will join Winslet in police corruption thriller, 'Triple Nine.'
Burdon was scheduled to perform in Israel on August 1, but his manager says he has been receiving daily emails pressuring him not to go ahead with the concert.
Wineries and museums, nature trails, extreme sports and music festivals - the guide to what's happening over the holiday.
From klezmer to cabaret, from latke making to bird watching: What to do over Hanukkah break.
'Haolam Mats'hik' ('The World Is Funny'), written and directed by Shemi Zarhin, was nominated for 15 Ophir awards, including best feature film.
The film, the first Allen has appeared in since 'Scoop' in 2006, tells four different stories of adventures and misadventures in the Italian capital.
One of the members of the cast, says she joined the show to give a face to the usually faceless - and to kick-start a career in modeling and acting.
A documentary at the Tel Aviv Museum on February 1 will retrace the stellar career of French pianist Michel Petrucciani.
England is already celebrating the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth.