This month, Haim Watzman — a writer for The Jerusalem Report — reaches an unusual milestone: His 100th work of fiction published in the magazine. Watzman and Naomi Zeveloff discuss the need for “Necessary Stories.”
One of the biggest mysteries of the presidential campaign is now apparently solved.
The deal to allow egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall is a historic breakthrough. Naomi Zeveloff narrates a surprising pictorial timeline of a century of prayer at Judaism’s holiest site.
American Reform and Conservative leaders are cheering the historic deal to create egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall. They say it’s the first serious step toward honoring Israel’s commitment to religious plurality — but why is it bigger news in the Diaspora than in Israel?
Dafna Meir was more than just a devoted wife, mom of six, and victim of a terrifying terror attack in a West Bank settlement. Naomi Zeveloff reports she spearheaded a fertility awareness movement — and even ran a secret “diaphragm underground” for Orthodox women.
Beit Berl in Israel is recruiting Haredi students to help serve underprivileged groups.
Most Israelis work on Sunday and a half-day on Friday. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is switching to the American work week and more workers are following suit — but at what cost?
The Tel Aviv Israeli-Arab shooter did more than kill three Israelis. His act of terror has some Knesset members looking to tie a plan to address chronic under-funding of Arab towns to new demands for national loyalty.
Religious West Bank settlers have long been among the most radical elements of Israeli society. Naomi Zeveloff reports the so-called ‘hilltop youth’ are growing up — and becoming even more extremist.
Nazi-looted art has been in the news from the movie ‘Woman in Gold’ to recent finds in museums worldwide. What happens when the stolen art turns up in — of all places — the Jewish State?