Fewer Israelis Immigrate to U.S.

Fewer Israelis are immigrating to the United States while more Israelis are returning home. Experts say it’s more about the economy than a push to lure Jews to Israel.


Iraqi Kurds Cool Ties to Israel

Iraqi Kurds have long been among Israel’s best, albeit shadowy, allies in the Middle East. But the stand-off with Iran has led to a cooling of ties.


'Gaza Doctor' Builds New Life in Toronto

After losing his daughters to Israeli shelling of Gaza, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish has sought to rebuild his life in Canada. He still works for peace between Palestinians and Israelis.


Jews Cast Wary Eye on Evangelicals

Jews hold deep distrust toward Christian conservatives, a new poll showed. The gulf has remained wide despite the evangelicals’ growing public support for Israel.


Can Sheinkin Street Survive a Spiff-Up?

Sheinkin Street is to Tel Aviv what St. Marks Place is to New York: a playground for poets, posers, and fashionistas. Old-timers fear urban renewal could end the fun.

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