Using coins, vessels and inscriptions, researchers hope to share with the Arab world how early Islam in the Holy Land was a period of relative tolerance for Jews and Muslims
Israel’s best press photo of 2017 will be decided this week, with a selection of striking images showcasing some of the year’s most emotive subjects shortlisted for the award.
Before the Nazis erased centuries of Jewish life in Oswiecim, Poland, the town was called a ‘city of Israel,’ with thriving Yiddish culture and one of Poland’s first factories
Valeriy Gritsiv, grandson of Etcia Goldberg, who hid from the Nazis with 37 other Jews in an underground cave, has written a novel based on her experience
Catacombs are Israel’s most high-profile attempt yet to solve an unusual problem: the shortage of places to bury its dead
Josiane Mansoura reveals secrets behind the Mansoura Bakery’s chequered history and why rich Syrians like Trump