The stormy weather continued on Monday across Israel, with snow falling in Jerusalem, Gush Etzion and Mount Hermon.
Alan Rickman, the renowned British actor who died last week at age 69, received a touching farewell on Monday from the father of Rachel Corrie, an American activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip during the second intifada.
The number of Palestinians in Israel and the occupied territories will equal the number of Jews by the end of 2017, according to a report issued on Wednesday by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statics (PCBS.)
A comprehensive report from the American Anthropological Association released last week deals with whether it is appropriate to boycott Israel and Israeli academia. The report recommends that some action be taken, although it left open a range of options.
Only months after an Israeli teen was murdered by an ultra-Orthodox man during the Jerusalem Gay Pride parade, the city’s chief rabbi Shlomo Amar has lashed out at the LGBT community, saying “I believe that this phenomenon will wane and disappear, because most of the public is disgusted by it and detest it.”
The state must compensate the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes for the arson attack against it in June, Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein has decided.
South African parliamentarians and supporters of the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement are attacking five opposition leaders for making a recent trip to Israel, South Africa’s Independent Online reported.
Some say they know how underdog Israel kept soccer superstar Gareth Bale under wraps and won a surprising tie with Wales – it’s witchcraft!
American diva Mariah Carey and her new boyfriend, Australian billionaire James Packer, are in Israel for a “pre-engagement spiritual meeting,” the TMZ website reported.
An Australian university has cleared one of its professors of suspected anti-Semitic behavior following a protest that turned ugly, the Sydney Morning Herald reported Sunday.