In their eyes, the moon landing never happened. Another sign of the post-truth era?
Since nothing else seems to be working, why not go for the strange? A cluster of imaginative, even jaw-dropping, proposals from private citizens for putting an end to the conflict
Ministers, lawmakers and party members flocked to show support for the embattled premier. But even amid the display of loyalty, one of them admitted: 'This is the last party. They've caught him'
Beleaguered by ongoing corruption probes, Netanyahu slams 'fake news', the Israeli left and his political rivals in speech to 3,000 at Tel Aviv rally
Palestinian Goes to the Beach for the First Time in Decades, Gets $200 Fine From Israeli Fashion Police
The Palestinian factory worker is afraid he'll never get to see the sea again because he doesn't have money to pay the fine
Israeli artist Maayan Strauss aims to highlight the danger of global warming in an installation in which real polar bears might get to eat the refuse from liposuction operations
Meet the artists and curators seeking to vitalize Haredi art world, and if possible, see fewer paintings of challahs and rabbis.
A visit to Metzukei Dragot shows you there’s a world without boundaries – but living without boundaries ultimately breaks you.
Most Israelis overlook the existence of the veteran Abu Salem café and its elderly all-male clientele.
A senior firefighter says local Arab politicians 'set fires in the morning and come to be interviewed at night'; Mohammed, a paramedic, says that while saving people from the flames, he doesn't think about accusations being made against Arabs.