Hezbollah commander claims it has a large army ready to fight Israel. Will IDF be able to dictate terms of a conflict? Iran may be the wild card
When an Israeli TV report falsely accused a diaspora volunteer program of sending its members to clash with the IDF, the program lost its funding
Historian Adel Manna tells the story of the 120,000 Palestinians who remained in Israel in 1948. The issue is fiercely debated in reviews by Benny Morris and Daniel Blatman
A group of Ethiopian-Israeli teens who penned a searing rap open up about racist teachers, facing discrimination and finding solidarity with Palestinians
Hosam Katan’s story reveals how coverage of the conflict has changed from a war reported by foreign correspondents to one almost entirely covered by local journalists
For those who truly and deeply value Israeli citizenship, the denationalisation of Bedouin Israelis is a threat not only to Bedouins but to the State of Israel itself
The power of ice cream: Jewish-Arab ice cream business to win prestigious UN prize for helping promote peace.
Five years after teaming up to produce ice cream, Adam Ziv from Kibbutz Sasa and Alaa Sweitat of Galilee village of Tarshiha are now proud owners of successful chain with five stores in northern Israel and Tel Aviv, becoming first Israeli business to win prestigious...