In which hummus is a breakfast dish, and cauliflower is seriously reimagined.
Leaders of both parties see China as a security threat and are wary of Israel allowing China to run its port in Haifa.
Famous for “Midnight Cowboy” and “Crossing Delancey,” Miles also starred in the pilot for “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
Among the revelers was Israel’s new justice minister and his life partner.
The restaurant said it has a policy prohibiting couples, straight or same sex, from making out in the booths.
The election date on Shemini Atzeret is discriminatory, a Jewish candidate and a Jewish voter say, because it prevents observant Jews from voting.
IfNotNow leaders said they were doing “teshuva” over the anti-Birthright campaign, amid larger concerns from members over how the organization is run.
“The party continues to champion policies that marginalize me out of existence, define me as an eccentric character.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced in April that a town would be named after Trump, which some locals opposed.
The judge called the group “preposterous,” providing evidence that it’s a continuation of another barred conversion group.
“I don’t give a shit about Jews getting shot up except insofar as it’s going to make it a lot harder for a lot of white people to just exist.”
The U.S. Embassy branch in Tel Aviv decorated its building with rainbow banners for the city’s Pride parade, ignoring a Trump administration ban.
The building was reported to be empty at the time of impact and no injuries were reported.
Trump seems to have forgotten the scandal of Ambassador Jonah’s first meetings with the Whale Kingdom.
Velvel Pasternak, the publisher, scholar and nonpareil Jewish music historian primarily known for his expertise on the music of Hasidism, has died.
Sarah, an Israeli Jew, and Saleem, a Palestinian, find themselves caught in a lie that threatens both of their worlds.
“The goal is to make sure the use of Pepe in association with hateful images and ideas stops.”
“Why don’t they ask that about Joel?”