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3 hrs ago | Forward
Israeli-born director Jonathan Gurfinkel's first film is officially called "S#x Acts."
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
7 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits across from Finance Minister Yair Lapid and next to Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Jose Angel Gurria during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem December 8, 2013.
10 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Top contenders were Israeli films, 'Fill the Void,' which won the cinematography award, and 'The Congress,' winning best animated feature.
Rain continued to fall in northern and central Israel on Sunday morning after a rainy Sabbath.
Giving up his specialty as a pediatrician, Col. Ram Sagi looks back at the first 15 months of his service as senior physician in the IDF's Southern Command.
Tel Aviv University and an Honors Bachelors degree from the University of Toronto in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Jewish Studies, and English.
Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association will celebrate its 10th birthday on Tuesday at a party in Belsize Park set to be opened by Frank Dobson, Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras.
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The Foreign Ministry called on the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency to return a working definition of "anti-Semitism" to its website, after removing it last month.
For a man embraced by the left for his unflinching, sometimes harsh reassessment of Zionism, Ari Shavit certainly does love Israel.
Evgeny Kissin at a concert in Tel Aviv on December 24, 2011 Internal Affairs Minister Gideon Sa'ar, Minister of Immigration and Absorption Sofa Landver, and Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky are set to hand the world-famous musician and proud Israel advocate his Israeli identification card at the event.
The thousands of shekels that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spent on ice cream and scented candles was a necessary cost to allow him to concentrate on the Iranian crisis, former Shin Bet chief, Yuval Diskin, said on Thursday in a tongue-in-cheek response to Netanyahu's verbal assault against him the day before .
The third time in my life in Israel and every time, no matter how brief the visit, I come away feeling something different.
Yuval Diskin is launching his political career by complaining that there are "Too many Jews" in certain areas of the world.