An 18-month-old Palestinian toddler was killed in a ‘price tag’ arson attack carried out by suspected extremist Jews in the occupied West Bank. Will Israel hunt down the killers?
While Israelis from left to right lamented the Iran nuclear deal, Ronny Edry spoke directly to Iranians. ‘We’re coming for Shabbat,’ he proclaimed on his controversial - but popular - ‘Israel-Loves-Iran’ Facebook page.
Judaism’s most liberal movement faces slights from Orthodox officials and skepticism from secular Israelis in its quest for authenticity in the Jewish state. Can it reinvent itself — and grow its numbers?
Nine months after the Gaza War, some started noticing a post-war baby boom in Israel. Are the crowded maternity wards due to soldiers who ‘missed their wives’ — or just plain boredom?
When four young cousins were killed while playing on a Gaza beach, the world was reminded of the deadly cost of the war between Israel and Hamas. One year later, their family is mourning.
What happens when a Jewish community’s protectors become the victims of a Hamas mortar attack? At Kibbutz Nirim, grief-stricken families are still finding out one year after the Gaza war.
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.