For years Oded Yaffe has been saving neglected and damaged trees across the country. He has devised an ecological pesticide, based on cooking oils.
Indigene’s Jean-Pierre Barou and Sylvie Crossman talk about their small publishing house that made huge ripples.
French nonagenarian Stephane Hessel made the bestseller list with his 2011 essay ‘Time for Outrage!,’ which attacked Israel’s policy in the territories. Yet the concentration camp survivor says his criticism of Israel should not be taken literally.
Israelis have the distinction of being among the world’s biggest creators of trash. Despite calls by environmentalists to reduce waste and recycle, now experts believe the ultimate goal should be life without any garbage.
From Japan, Turkey, Finland, Morocco, Australia and Israel, hundreds of belly dancers converged on Eilat for the seventh festival of Oriental dance. Egypt had a revolution, but here, sequins ruled the day.
Racism, circumcision, Jewish neuroses - nothing is sacred to Ethiopian Israeli stand-up comics Beru Teshale and Shmuel Beru.
Totally paralyzed and connected to a respirator, Varda Oren has been suffering from ALS for five years. Still, she continues to work for humans rights causes and pursue other interests - all with the blink of an eye.
Israelis participate in human rights struggles in the territories.
Defining the complex caregiver-employer relationship in Israel.
Sometimes religious observance and spirituality empower a woman who dares to enter the boxing ring, and sometimes they present major obstacles. Meet former Israeli champions Sharon Friedman and Riham and Fatma Agabaria.
Lea Klibanoff wanted to sketch a portrait of the new breed of activists who are religious or formerly religious and have become prominent in many leftist, human rights organizations.
Once a week, Hagit Ofran granddaughter of the late Prof. Yeshayahu Leibowitz tours the West Bank as head of Peace Now’s Settlement Watch project. Israel's policy in the territories, she says, is putting us all at risk.