Decades after Helen Rosenblatt, who passed away on September 2, caught flack for the 'unacceptable’ transgression of teaching about the Holocaust, I found out about her own Holocaust trauma.
Mordechai I. Twersky
Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel says U.S. legislation making Americans' lives a nightmare.
British-born Sufott was wounded in battle during Israel's War of Independence, and joined the Foreign Ministry in 1950.
Hana Greenfield, a regal and charismatic member of Israel’s English-speaking community for more than 60 years, died January 27 in Tel Aviv after a long illness.
The cream of the crop, mainly immigrants from colder climates, prepare for Winter Games in Sochi.
A pillar of Rehovot’s Anglo community and Israeli Democrats Abroad activist, German-born American immigrant David Froehlich devoted his life to the public good
When the weight of Doron the mandrill dropped, he tested positive for diabetes and started getting insulin shots.
Peccaries and other birds also reported dead at Biblical Zoo, shelter remains without power.
Migration season brings millions of soaring and squawking birds to Israel to the delight of camera-clicking spectators.
The Yad Kennedy memorial was unveiled three years after the assassination of the American president, who was murdered in Dallas exactly 50 years ago.
Rabbi Herschel Schacter - the first Jewish chaplain to enter the Buchenwald concentration camp an hour after its liberation in 1945, who died March 21 at the age of 95 - made a little-known recording describing his first moments in the camp.
Only MK's Tzipi Hotovely and Gila Gamliel turned up for Tuesday evening's 'Anglo-oriented political event' in the cavernous ballroom of Jerusalem's Ramada Hotel.
A continuous string of Tweets and Facebook posts brings the deadly conflict with Gaza to smart phones and computer screens in real time.
In addition to her son, Friedstein is survived by three grandchildren. She was buried in Savyon, next to her husband, a prominent Israeli businessman who died in 2007.
Copeland, a native of Manchester who was known as 'Copey,' immigrated to Israel in 1963. He co-founded the World Union of Jewish Students Institute in Arad in 1968 together with Dr. Justin Phillips.
Iranian-born Orly Noy is giving Israelis their first taste of contemporary Persian literature, introducing them to Iranian humor and hoping to demonstrate 'how much we actually have in common.'
The get-out-the-vote organization iVoteIsrael announced last week that it processed voter registration requests of some 80,000 U.S. citizens living in Israel.
Competition drives Israeli cell providers to lower prices on international plans.
A 38-year-old Ra'anana doctor, who is a native of Toronto, was asked to examine a baby and ended up reuniting with the man whose life he had saved a decade ago.
The organization says their food charity helps the poor and does not support any political party.
Those who refuse to do so risk having their applications denied or existing accounts frozen.
Americans residing in Israel shunned by American financial institutions.
On the anniversary of the Jewish matriarch Rachel’s death, devout Jews from around the world bring their prayers to her tomb.
Economist Shlomo Maoz to run with Likud; Nachman Shai defects to Labor; Dov Lipman linked to Yesh Atid.
African-American duo of 'Grannies on Safari' criss-crosses the Holy Land for two episodes on 'rural' and 'urban' Israel.
Moriel Rothman, 23, a Jerusalem native who lived in the United States for two decades, says he is acting in 'solidarity with the Palestinians living under occupation.'
In the wake of Andy Williams' death, Pat Boone talks about his friend and the ‘Exodus’ theme song they made famous together.
Speaking to Haaretz on condition of anonymity for fear of losing benefits, immigrants talk of feeling 'shortchanged' by organization's failure to live up to its promises.
Haaretz Investigative Report Nefesh B'Nefesh an Ineffective Monopoly With Overpaid Executives, Say Critics
In the 10 years since its launch, the pro-aliyah organization has successfully positioned itself as the main player in bringing new immigrants from the U.S. to Israel. However, critics contend that its executives are overpaid and its impact on the numbers of new arrivals in Israel is negligible.
Western Wall regulations forbid women from praying aloud and leading services at the base of the holy site.