Seeing tattoos in Israel is not uncommon. But the culture hasn’t quite taken off, as a visit to the third annual Israel Tattoo Convention shows.
What would you do if your friend asked you to switch bodies for a day? Naomi Zeveloff did just that when an Israeli man asked her to don virtual reality goggles for a gender swap experiment.
The world has moved on from last summer’s Israel-Hamas war, but Palestinians have not. Amid the threat of renewed violence, Naomi Zeveloff went to Gaza to learn firsthand about a traumatized people.
Naomi Zeveloff was always told that her name meant ‘son of Zevel’ in Russian. Then she moved to Israel, where it has a very different meaning.
For more than 100 years, Jewish immigrants to the Holy Land have been Hebraizing their names. But unlike other immigrant trends, this wasn’t about assimilation. It was about autonomy.
‘Abraham Path,’ a community-based tourism project in the West Bank, takes hikers on the ancient road of the patriarch Abraham. Naomi Zeveloff went on the journey into the rarely seen heart of the Palestinian territory.
Sorry, Madonna fans, but the Material Girl’s provocative Instagram photo of a Jewish man and an Arab man about to lock lips isn’t quite what it seems.
Jerusalem Day celebrates the unification of Jerusalem under Israeli rule. Naomi Zeveloff reports from the annual march that only underlines the city’s bitter divisions.
A controversial Jerusalem program that aims to educate American Muslims about Judaism, Israel and Zionism has lost its sole Palestinian member.
Israel’s new Justice Minister is best known for her acerbic comments about Palestinians. She has rocketed toward the top of the political world by being the unlikely face of the far right.