Today’s moms and dads are too indulgent, say psychiatrist Etan Lwow and psychologist Hila Elkayam, stressing the need for parents to assert themselves and stop being slaves to their offspring
The latest season brings the Pfeffermans on a meaningful trip to the Holy Land, but unlike Conan O'Brien, the show's creators don't work for the country's public relations machine
Rivka Schwartz belongs to a community which treats the very word ‘sex’ as taboo, but after finding out at 16 that her best friend had been sexually abused, she vowed to help victims of the phenomenon
‘Armed’ brings viewers into the lives of three women who live on West Bank settlement outposts and are never far from their guns
Dr. Samuel Schidem, an Israeli Druze who gives workshops in Berlin to refugees from Muslim countries, tells Haaretz how refugees can become a balancing factor against radicalization of young Muslims
There are some women who can climax over 100 times, and others who orgasm for hours. In her new documentary for Britain's Channel 4, Israeli-born Ayelet Rosen hoped to shed light on these amazing – and barely researched – phenomena
There are things a fresh coat of paint — applied to the walls of the Prime Minister's Residence in Trump's honor — can't hide
The ironic fate of an ultra-Orthodox vegetarian who ran a Jerusalem community slaughterhouse
A floor installation made of coffee that was poured into molds, and a sculpture depicting the clouds of missile launches. In an interview, Israeli artist Gal Weinstein says he ignores the political aspect of his work at the 2017 Venice Biennale.
Though Jesus has traditionally been a taboo subject among observant Jews, he has served as a common theme for modern Jewish painters and writers. Now the Israel Museum is devoting an exhibition to portraying the way local artists have engaged in dialogue with 'that person'.