Six women who are defying the ‘be fruitful and multiply’ imperative of Israeli society (and one who regrets bowing to it) explain why they have decided not to bring children into the world
Genuine change may only come from those who have been absent from the equation so far: fathers
In the Western world, the birth control pill is suffering from a serious image crisis. What made us suddenly doubt something we’ve been using all our lives?
When asked about Lucy Aharish and Tzachi Halevy's wedding, champion of non-committal politics Yair Lapid spewed out the expected
The photo of Merkel surrounded by a large group of men is no mere coincidence
Best-selling Israeli author tells French weekly Le Point that he doesn't feel comfortable 'being an official representative of the Israeli government because I have an issue with its current policies'
The arrest of an apparent serial killer is making the French realize they have a problem
It’s a plague. Like typhus, cholera, smallpox. In Herzog’s view, intermarriage, too, could cause the collapse of bodily systems
BDS supporters cite Israel's culture minister, who doesn't want Paris film festival to open with 'Foxtrot,' a movie she says sullies Israel and its army
Why Olympe de Gouges, whose ideas were too revolutionary for the French revolution, is being resurrected now
Even if Emmanuel Macron routs Marine Le Pen, the centrist can’t ignore the frustration based on collapsing industries and ailing agriculture
Emmanuel Macron, a centrist in a neck-and-neck presidential race with far-right leader Marine Le Pen, said the move would 'create instability'
Leading contender in French election tells interviewer she won't allow dual citizenships with non-European countries. Asked specifically about Jews and Israel, she said: 'Israel isn't an EU member.'
The elite saves itself, the strong murder the weak and the weak shed their humanity to survive or drown in agony at sea: 200 years after the sinking of the 'Medusa,' the chilling story is still relevant.
For me and for many others, assimilation is not a 'problem' – it is the only way that allows us to be at peace with ourselves.
The main people complaining about Itay Zalait’s statue are the arts establishment – which is why their museums are empty.
The storm brewing in France around British fashion photographer David Hamilton, after several women accused him of raping them when they were prepubescents, culminated when he took his own life last month.
I’ll stick my neck out and say: There was no crime committed at that Paris apartment. It might even represent the face of justice.
Israeli nationalism has changed, so the people at Channel 2 News have realized that even the most urgent reports, delivered in the most patriotic tones, aren’t enough.
Freedom of worship is supposed to let a person conduct his spiritual life as he wishes, but apparently in Israel this principle protects religious ritual only.
The day on which Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef said it is forbidden for non-Jews to live in the Land of Israel unless they are the servants of Jews was the day on which I decided that I am no longer willing to serve this system.
French governor asks prosecution office to probe the incident over suspicions of illegal discrimination.
Jean Plantureux, who was assigned a security detail after the Charlie Hebdo attack, on whether it’s necessary to humiliate believers — and the prospects of peace in the Middle East.
Religion has seeped ever more deeply into the state, to the point where it is hard to draw the boundary between them.
Posts rejoicing in the death of Palestinians and calls for the murder of asylum seekers have become a matter of course, but police say their hands are tied.