Israelis who suffered trauma from war and terrorism get tattooed as a way to heal.
Palestinian tattoo artist Wissam Razzouk inked a Hebrew prayer on Jewish terror victim Kay Wilson as part of a new project called “Healing Ink,” which uses tattooing to help Israeli victims of terrorism and war overcome trauma.
In the United States, one would be hard pressed to find Trump and Clinton supporters at the same debate watch party, let alone in the same room. But in a Jerusalem apartment, two political rivals watched the candidates face off over bowls of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
The etrog is a relatively new crop in the Negev desert, where it is being grown by a handful of ex-settlers from the Gaza Strip.
An Israeli female web comedy team is apologizing on behalf of Israel for its less serious sins on the Jewish Day of Atonement.
On Yom Kippur while devout Israelis are fasting or praying, secular Israelis take to the streets to enjoy a single day of cycling without competing for space with cars.
As prominent Republicans have disavowed Donald Trump for his comments about women, the Republican Party in Israel has doubled down its support of the candidate.
The Union for Reform Judaism has kicked off a letter writing campaign to the Israeli government to pressure it to implement its plan for an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall Jewish holy site.
A stone toilet discovered at an archaeological site in Israel was probably used to defile a shrine, archaeologists said.
Uladzimir Volkau, a 93-year-old man in Belarus who is believed to be the last living childhood neighbor of Shimon Peres, said goodbye to Israeli politician.