Deliveries to benches, orders by phone – or by shouts. The current rules have proved to be the mother of invention for desperate eateries trying to survive
In election rally, Amir Peretz says Jordan Valley annexation 'should be decided in negotiations,' as Netanyahu doubles down on promise to 'apply Israeli sovereignty without delay'
'Israeli pride!' shouted friends and family at Ben-Gurion Airport, then they opened a bottle of Champagne
Religous-Zionist and Conservative audience learn about 'the secret of the male's sperm,' how to be an 'Israeli lady,' and challenging — or reinforcing — gender roles
Refaeli's recent statement on the Almighty is nothing short of subversive.
Hapoel Be’er Sheva held by Hapoel Acre, misses chance to close on Maccabi TA.
Hapoel Be’er Sheva moves past idle Maccabi Tel Aviv, which visits Beitar Jerusalem Sunday night.
Beitar Jerusalem collapses at home against Kiryat Shmona.
Be’er Sheva’s problem is not only defense, and Maccabi Haifa’s only solution so far is Petah Tikva
Beitar Jerusalem doesn’t believe its whole season will be as bad as Sunday, while Hapoel Be’er Sheva has a hard time accepting that the future may be rosier.
Maccabi Tel Aviv breezed past Giory, but must face FC Basel to secure a Champions League spot.
Whoever managed to somehow overcome the traffic was then forced to face the complicated task of collecting his tickets from the box office or the entrance to the stands, a mission which was seemingly a feature of extreme sports, not soccer.
Israel finds winning way with midfielders who refuse to back down, defenders who refuse to move up, and a team that quickly adapts when it has a chance to make a sting against its rival.
The whole season for Hapoel Tel Aviv was a nightmare, and every fan found a culprit. There was blame was aplenty, but solutions were scarce.
His legs have failed him and the pain never goes away, but his leadership and reading of the game only improved with the years. At the age of 39, Hapoel Tel Aviv’s captain is hanging up his boots.
Jerusalemites fail to make cut for upper-tier playoffs.
At a highly-anticipated match between Beitar Jerusalem and Maccabi Umm al-Fahm, the real action was in the stands, with fans attempting to trump each other in a verbal war of chants and slogans.