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Tara Kavaler, The Media Line
The general Entry into Israel Law, which treats all foreign spouses equally, now applies to Palestinians.
Social media personalities from the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco, visit Israel, meet with local Arab and Jewish leaders in the wake of cross-border violence with Gaza
Tensions between Arabs and Jews in mixed Israeli towns continue to escalate, but some argue that the cause is more criminal than nationalist.
New immigrants from America share what Yom Haatzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, means to them
The annual commemoration is important for ‘everyone else,’ bereaved relatives argue
As the number of Holocaust survivors dwindle, education changes.
More emphasis needs to be placed on the survivors and the resilience they have demonstrated in rebuilding their lives.
Israel’s ultra-religious parties have no platforms on green issues
Six out of the seven parties with woman at No. 2 spot enter parliament
Some new Knesset members sure to roil the Left
The new Dead Sea Scrolls discovery reflects the latest showdown between the two groups
Israelis are more polarized than ever during a holiday about unity, but Purim provides ways to connect, rabbi says
Organizations team up to support the Jewish Agency in providing long-term aid for overlooked demographic
Coronavirus exacerbates long-existing tensions that, one expert says, can only be quieted through political resolution
Russian, Chinese vaccines compete with preparations made in the US, UK and Sweden
In a landmark decision, Israel’s Supreme Court has unanimously held that there are limits to the police’s power to stop people and ask for identification.
For the third year in a row, Tel Aviv-Yafo was the city of choice for new immigrants to Israel.
At the Knesset’s Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Affairs Committee meeting on December 7, Immigration and Absorption Minister Pnina Tamano-Shata urged the committee to not repeat the same mistakes that the Israeli government made in the past with regard to Ethiopian Israelis.
International leaders at the G20 summit called on Sunday in a closing statement for COVID-19 vaccines and other pandemic-related supplies to be distributed equitably to lower-income countries.
Israeli female leaders of all ideological stripes are lauding the historic 2020 presidential election, in which Senator Kamala Harris of California broke several barriers at once, about to become the first woman, first black and first South Asian to be vice president of the most powerful nation on earth.
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Advocates are calling on Israeli officials to return 285 million shekels escrowed in framework of Deposit Law.
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For Israeli kibbutzim, social cooperatives where people live together and share work, halting group activities flies in the face of core principles.
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The Premiere of the english-subtitled version of “Lady Titi,” Israel’s first commercial film about the Ethiopian community and the first to be directed by...