Israeli cinema and television have provided Palestinian actress Samar Qupty with a showcase for her talent and enabled her to make small inroads against bigotry — even among the occasional Ben-Gurion airport security worker.
Rabbi Shteinman, leader of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox and ‘greatest rabbi of his generation’, dies at 104
‘Chapter 0’ of the writer’s ‘Night’ sees the Holocaust survivor describing a date in Paris with a young student, revealing his thoughts on life and death.
As ‘Between the Lines’ premieres, presenter Ohad Hamu tells how he deals with the Nakba, and why he doesn’t deal with the occupation.
One of Tel Aviv’s best-kept nocturnal secrets, Hithavut is a vibrant space where ‘A Hasidic rabbi walks into a bar’ is an apt description rather than the start of a joke.
Charles Renfro turned the elevated park in Manhattan’s Lower West Side into the world’s most talked-about park. He is a frequent visitor to Tel Aviv, but admits it’s not the buildings that attract him.
The legendary singer, who died on Friday at 82, has long held a special place in the hearts of Israelis, thanks in large parts to his touching act of solidarity during one of their darkest moments.
With prices falling, the number of tourists flocking to the Land of the Rising Sun has soared over the past five years.
Aged 92, Avraham Yachin is assisting in the revival of a dilapidated square in the center of the capital by creating giant puppets.