Menachem Mazuz, whose stint as Attorney General was marked by controversial decisions, has been selected to serve as a Supreme Court justice.
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Journalist Abeer Ayyoub talks about the opening of the school year in Gaza this week, and says educators had to focus more on counseling war-rattled kids than jumping into learning.
Lior Davidi talks to TLV1 about “Peacebuilding through the Arts,” a thought-provoking film series on the Israeli-Palestinan conflict being held at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, and organized by The Interreligious Coordinating Council for Israel(ICCI).
Orthodox Jewish comedian Yisrael Campbell joins host Rogel Alpher to discuss his remarkable and unconventional life story.
Could there be more room for flexibility in the 2015 budget than we’ve been led to believe? S&P Sovereign Credit Analyst Elliot Hentov thinks so.
Today our musical journey begins with jazz pianist Yaron Herman, one of Israel’s most successful musicians on the European Jazz circuit.
According to Jerusalem lore, the best ‘kubbeh’ soup in Israel can be found at the Azura Restaurant in Jerusalem.
Israeli poker writer Robbie Strazynski explains how he was able to keep politics away from the table during a recent tournament.
A new book claims to have solved one of the greatest crime mysteries in history – the identity of Jack the Ripper.
It’s official: StreetWise Hebrew is TLV1′s most popular show.
TLV1′s Lissy Kaufmann reports from the summit, where hundreds of people from cities around the world gathered under the banner of ‘cracking the innovation code.’
As the residents of the south slowly trickle back to their empty villages, they still feel unsafe and ignored by their government.