A mysterious genetic mutation causes sight problems that affect 1 in 10 Indian Jews in Israel. Geneticists at the Soroka Medical Center now want to understand what it does.
Mixed marriages between Jews and Arabs are rare in Israel. And during wartime, few want to talk openly about their relationships — much less their views about the Gaza conflict.
Two decades ago, Israel’s Islamic Movement divided into two groups, one moderate and another radical. Once it finishes with Gaza, Israel plans a major crackdown on the radicals.
Despite fears of significant injuries and deaths among their soldiers, the Israeli public is strongly supportive of Israel’s ground operation in Gaza, and leaders across most of the political pectrum lined up behind the push.
The indictment of suspects in the revenge murder of Mohammad Abu Khdeir reminds Nathan Jeffay of covering the first so-called ‘price tag’ attack — the 2009 torching of a mosque.
Why did Avigdor Liberman end the alliance between his Yisrael Beytenu party and Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud? And in this political divorce, who won?
With the bodies of Israel’s missing boys found, everyone wants someone to blame. But while Netanyahu blamed Hamas, others found fault elsewhere.
Almost one in two Jewish Israelis believe their country could withstand a substantial decrease in U.S. support. What’s behind these surprising numbers?
What does Israel gain from blaming the Palestinian Authority for rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip? Nathan Jeffay explains.