Tour guide and Hebrew teacher Guy Sharett uses the “linguistic language” of South Tel Aviv to teach Hebrew through graffiti.
The discovery of 6,000 year old barley in a cave in Israel’s Judean desert has led to an important finding about the origins of human agriculture.13
An Israeli security company that built a fence around Gaza sees an opportunity in Donald Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall between the United States and Mexico to stop the flow of undocumented immigrants.9
With a star who is not just one of the biggest names to land in Israeli basketball but in European basketball as well, Hapoel Jerusalem will be a strong name now in European towns where the team will play in the upcoming Eurocup season.
Trump Republicans want preachers to be able to endorse candidates from the pulpit. But given how liberal churches are becoming more politically active, that move may backfire.
Chances for de-escalation between Israel’s religious establishment and non-Orthodox movements in Israel and North America appear increasingly unlikely as new developments pile atop old ones adding layers of injury.58
A Jerusalem group opens a training program for priests to serve in what they hope will be a third Jewish temple on Jerusalem’s most contested holy site.26
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a video statement urging Israeli Arabs to play a greater role in Israeli society.
Stav Shaffir is still idealistic. A year-and-a-half after entering the Knesset, following her co-leadership of Israel’s largest ever mass protests against economic inequality, the 31-year-old redhead’s passion still shines brightly through wide grey-blue eyes.31
Israel’s former prime minister Shimon Peres doesn’t use a smartphone or even read news on the internet. But at 92 years old, the statesman is now among Israel’s biggest tech champions.
Thousands are predicted to march in the Jerusalem Pride March on July 21, which will mark one year since an ultra-Orthodox man murdered 16-year-old marcher Shira Banki and wounded six others at the 2015 parade. But Jerusalem’s mayor, Nir Barkat, will be nowhere in sight. Barkat said he will not be joining out of deference to ultra-Orthodox sensitivities.20
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