JNF-USA has entered a brave new world and set itself up to receive gifts of about a dozen cryptocurrencies, but will convert donations to cash immediately given cryptocurrencies' wild price fluctuations
A professor at McGill University, Chris Silver now possesses about 500 albums recorded by Moroccan, Algerian, and Tunisian Jewish vocalists and instrumentalists. It’s the first archive of its kind
Fritz Berggren has been sharing his extremist and antisemitic views under his real name for years while working as a mid-level civil servant
How Religion and Identity Politics Were Harnessed to Create an Unstoppable Political Force in Israel
'The Unorthodox,' which opens this year’s Jerusalem Film Festival, looks at the birth of Shas – the religious party that is a political kingmaker and the swing vote on any peace deal
A U.S. Guerrilla Filmmaker Caught Israel’s Black Panthers on Tape. Fifty Years On, the Footage Can Finally Be Seen
In 1971, American activist David Cort flew to Israel and captured rare scenes of a country presenting a triumphalist image to the world yet riven by internal strife. It wasn't what the Hadassah Foundation was expecting
The Tel Aviv Cinematheque hosts the first-ever film festival dedicated to the formative event in Palestinian history - and its aftermath.