In addition to congratulating the glowing British royal couple, I should thank them too. Their choice of name will probably make my life a lot easier here in Israel.
Charlotte Hallé is editor of Haaretz English Edition, which includes Haaretz.com and a daily print edition. A former Londoner, she joined the paper in 1999 and spent a lengthy period as a reporter. Appointed editor in 2008, she has led the paper through a period of dramatic change in the industry.
Yael's mother has a confession: Yael is now 10 years old and her grandfather in London still cannot pronounce her name.
For socially-conscious Jews growing up in Britain in the 1980s, the Iron Lady's dismantling of the welfare state was far more important than her pro-Israel stance.
An expat Israeli is thrilling locals in Taipei with his upgraded cheese sandwiches.
The group has been lobbying MKs and arranged a newspaper advert calling on parliamentarians to vote for Avital in Wednesday's elections, say coordinators Doreen Gainsford and Ella Gera, both British-born.
Classrooms are being packed up and new school bus routes finalized ahead of the American International School's long-awaited move to its new state-of-the-art campus in Even Yehuda later this month.
Dr. Herbert Judes left his wif and child in South Africa, and volunteered to suture the injured in the Six-Day War.
Professor Chuck Greenblatt "felt an overwhelming need to go and help Israel" during the Six-Day War in 1967.
Pip Allon discovered she was Jewish at age 10 in an orphanage, where she was inspired by Zionist youth leaders and their tales of kibbutz life.
Nobel laureate Steven Weinberg withdrew from university lecture, citing anti-Israel bias in Britain.
Prof. Miriam Shlesinger, one of the first Israelis to be openly boycotted, has a message for U.K. academics.
Seven academics from 6 Israeli universities plan to meet with members of the 120,000-strong union ahead of its vote to boycott Israeli academic institutions at its annual congress.
The Earl of Wessex, as the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth II is formally known, will visit Israel in September following an invitation by the Israel Youth Award organization, according to the report in the London Jewish weekly.
Reburying relatives in Israel can be a complex but comforting process.
The process of reinterment in Israel is tough and bureaucratic, first requiring an exhumation license signed by the office of the British Home Secretary.
Edward's trip would be the first visit to Israel by a U.K. royal; Buckingham Palace won't confirm report.
Condemnation follows vote by UK National Union of Journalists to boycott Israeli goods in protest over actions in Lebanon, West Bank.
Labor MK Colette Avital, who formally announced her intention to run for office last month, said that if elected, she would invigorate the presidency and 'make it more than a decoration.'
Far-reaching changes have been promised at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to prevent a repeat of the incident where the deputy British ambassador was strip-searched by security officers on her way to a pre-arranged meeting at the PMO last month.
Philatelist Lawrence Fisher's award-winning collection documents anti-Israel sentiment in the Arab world through the decades.
Anglo File asks the foreign envoys stationed in Israel where they spent seder night.
Anglo File's Charlotte Hall asked seven British-Israelis to share their affiliations and reflections following the Israel-England match.
The T-shirts were designed especially for the match: An Israeli flag is printed on the front and a red-and-white St. George's flag on the back.
'Some people foolishly contend that it is just a football game. We see it as a great educational opportunity.' These are the opening words of a booklet specially prepared for Jewish schools and youth groups in the U.K. ahead of Saturday's Israel-England Euro 2008 qualifier.