Megamodel Refaeli is just too beautiful, successful, rich, presentable. Jail is for ugly folks, no?
And if you donate $220, you could get a private tour of the scene of the execution
Is Yair Netanyahu, Oedipus the son, inadvertently murdering his father in an attempt to protect him?
The giant billboards in which the supermodel preaches to Israelis about freedom could easily read: ‘Freedom in Israel is as fake as Bar Refaeli’
The problem with the prime ministers son lies not in the legal realm but with the gag reflex it evokes. Its not criminal. Worse: Its disgraceful
A bitter fate awaits them back at school
Blocking regular television programming respects the memory of the Six Million but denies viewers the chance to make meaningful moral decisions
Influencial Far-right rapper The Shadow translates to the masses what the suits like Minister Gilad Erdan and party leader Yair Lapid say in sanitized terms
In the case of Shlomo Pinto, who tried to stab an Arab, the judges knew they could impose a severe sentence because the victim turned out to be a Jew.
When Haaretz published a story about female cancer sufferers being denied permits to visit Israel or the West Bank for treatment, most of the responses were distinctly lacking in love for the stranger.
Life in Israel under Netanyahu has been broken down into particles. The code is simple: Jew = right-wing = loyal = good Israeli; left = traitor = bad.
Imagined excerpts from the police interrogation of the Bezalel Academy student who created artwork depicting the prime minister with a noose | Opinion
Amid scandals in which celebrities’ nude photos have been leaked online, the urge – even obsession – to photograph ourselves deserves its own reflection.
After two hours and several more minutes of a superb, exhausting, up-and-down tennis battle, Yshai Oliel, a really nice Israeli kid, lifts his hands to the sky and lets out a victory roar.
The statement from Beitar Jerusalem's spokesperson claiming that Beitar has many Arabs (but of the Jewish variety) is an evasion of charges of racism. However, it is also indicative of great changes in Israeli society.
Jews and Arabs are forbidden to have sex, love, marry, have families or live with one another, according to the Education Ministry.
Thoughts about a time when 'citations' were given instead of grades.
The former finance minister will do well in the election because he’s engaged with what bothers Israelis. Only when he becomes prime minister will he have no choice but to engage with the country’s real problems.
In his memoir, now appearing in Hebrew translation, legendary NBA coach and intellectual how he forged a connection between Shaquille O’Neal and Hermann Hesse.
On the radio, Ivri Lider prefers 'for everything to burn;' in the paper, I read that he prefers 'monochromatic colorfulness – black, cream, gray mélange, royal blue.'
'Even a smile will be enough' was the message on a piece of cardboard, outside another luxurious branch of H&M. But it only hastened the passers-by.
The real problem facing Israelis and Palestinians is not what we call 'conflict,’ but rather the reality.
Lunatic, primitive, weird, racist - he’s all that; but he should have gotten a lifetime achievement award in music because he simply made music.
'You hate Israel' and 'You're racist garbage' are just a couple of the taunts that made for interesting listening.
The team’s players aren’t good enough; the best they can do is pass back to the center-half.
The three extra days of school logic this month defied all educational logic.
The traditional derision in Israel of foreign coaches has turned into admiration; both emotions are born of the same inferiority complex.
Let's say this woman will go on breaking her back and her knee and what's left of her life, to care by herself for the man she has lived with for 70 years. And let's say the state is unwilling to help. Would you wish that country a happy holiday?
Politics and obscene salaries for players have turned soccer into something very different than the game we all love.
The word 'stay' in Maccabi captain Tal Brody's 'stay on the map' masked the eternal Jewish fear (and therefore the Israeli fear) of disappearance, of extinction, of another Holocaust. Shouted in American-accented Hebrew, it gave a Jewish foundation to the Israeli ethos then under construction.