Three Israelis living in Germany have transplanted their country’s most iconic cuisine to a surprisingly welcoming city — but not without adaptations.
Activestills, a group of activist Israeli photographers, documents political and social struggles. It’s not an easy role to play in an increasingly nationalistic country.
After years of stagnation, kibbutz populations are growing. Young families are drawn by a new tolerance for family independence — with a strong community spirit.
Nelson Mandela changed the world for ever. South African Jews speak — and sing — about a symbol of our shared humanity.
Qatar is located more than 1000 miles from Israel and Gaza, but in the past week it has positioned itself as a potential player in the conflict. Here’s why we should all be paying attention to Doha.
Tel Aviv is known for being a hot spot for beach life, colorful markets and street parties. Now, many of these locations, are becoming themselves hot spots.
“Am I doing my part to repair the world?” is one the questions Barack Obama suggests we think about during the High Holidays
Brooklyn-based B’Derech helps Haredi men acquire secular skills so they can find work in a competitive job market, while respecting the traditional yeshiva system.
When Yermi Brenner learned he was at risk of developing celiac disease like his mother, he went on a gluten-free diet. Countless salads later, he is not impressed.