There’s a slippery kind of Jew-hatred that’s harder to pinpoint than the classic kind. Alona Ferber senses it often in London.
Whether you’re taking the clothes off a woman’s back or making her cover herself up, in the end it’s exactly the same thing, Alona Ferber writes.
Of the 102 women murdered in Israel since 2011, more than half were killed by a husband or partner.
A recent U.S. News & World Report ranked Israel as 24th best country for women in the world. In light of last year’s long list of sex assault and harassment scandals, is that really true?
In 2016, Israeli women should keep sex assault on the agenda
Earlier this month, the Israeli Defense Ministry declared the victim of a rape in Tel Aviv three years ago to have been the victim of a terror attack. Alona Ferber asks what are the implications of reclassifying sexual assault?
On this side of the Atlantic, Women of the Wall’s fight to light Hanukkah Candles at the Kotel is making headlines, but Israeli women have other concerns.
A new campaign is attempting to educate Haredi women about breast cancer.
For many countries bringing women into peace negotiations has proved successful. Israelis and Palestinians should follow suit.
Following accusations of sex assault and fraud, four religious seminaries in Jerusalem have agreed to refund tuition to 13 American families.
Shecodes, a network of 4,000 women programmers, has a dream — that in a decade from now 50 percent of Israelis who code will be female.