The Israeli state attorney general is taking Breaking the Silence to court to reveal the identities of the soldiers who testified to the organization as part of the state’s war crimes investigation, a move that the group says will severely undermine the work it does.
As Israeli opposition leader Yitzhak Herzog deliberates over whether to join the right-wing governing coalition, he risks losing a passionate cohort of the party: the youth.
Israeli middle school and high school students will soon learn from a new civics textbook that critics say is deeply ideological.
While most schools in Israel are decked out in blue and white for Israel’s Memorial and Independence days, at mixed Jewish and Arab schools this is the most challenging time of year.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to revoke the work permits of parents of young Palestinian attackers, even as Israel has increased the number of Palestinians working in Israel.
Zikaron BaSalon brings Holocaust survivors to living rooms across the world for informal events.
The Israeli government says that Haredi parents and schools — rather than the government itself — are to blame for denying secular education to ultra-Orthodox youth in Israel.
Dozens of Arab families who were planning to build homes in the Jewish city of Afula have lost their leases to the land after an Israeli judge said that they illegally coordinated their bids.
As authorities try to figure out the cause of the bus bombing that rocked Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vows to “settle the score” if the intent was terror.
It’s not every day when some of the world’s most acclaimed novelists find themselves caught up in a flashpoint illustrating the tense relations between Israel and Palestinians on the West Bank. Naomi Zeveloff was there.