Weeks after French officials in Nice asked women to remove their conservative “burkini” swimwear, Israeli officials in Ashdod asked one bikini-clad woman to cover up.
First time births to much older women make up just a fraction of all births in Israel. But they are on the rise.
Are high tech jobs a way to lift ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel out of poverty?
Summer brings wedding season in the Holy Land, and with it, a mathematical conundrum for many wedding guests: How much money to gift the bride and groom?
Eleven years after the Israeli evacuation of the Gaza Strip, former settlers there have started a campaign to push the Israeli government to let them return.
Israel and China have a robust economic relationship. Now, in addition to Chinese money, Israel wants Chinese tourists.
For decades, the Palestinian authorities have sent payments to prisoners and the families of those killed in the conflict with Israel. The U.S. and Israel say those funds subsidize terror. Palestinians see it differently. The Forward unpacks this complicated history.
A joint Israeli-Palestinian poll has found that a small majority of Israelis and Palestinians still believe in a two-state solution that would end Israel’s military occupation and create an independent Palestinian state.
A simple tote bag created by Haifa designers Sana Jammalieh and Haitham Haddad is sweeping the Internet as a commentary on global anti-Arab sentiment.
The Jerusalem Love Map allows contributors to drop an online heart pin on the place where they met or had a date or a proposal.