Israeli trekkers in Nepal are still grappling with the tragic death of four compatriots in a large-scale avalanche earlier this month.
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Dr. Meir Buzaglo of the Tikun movement tells us about the alternative conference he set up when the Ministry of Education held an event called ‘From Hatred of the Stranger to Acceptance of the Other’ and didn’t include any speakers of Mizrahi (Middle Eastern) origin.
“Discrimination will get to you if you feel weak, but if you feel that you are strong enough, discrimination can never hurt you.”
Next week, contemporary dance will flood the passages of the Machaneh Yehuda market in Jerusalem.
Salient Eye is a free, downloadable app that transforms your phone or tablet into a DIY surveillance system.
DJ Antithesis brings you all the best Israeli music from the 1980s as part of his new ‘Time Machine’ series.
This week is Japanese culture week in Jerusalem, sponsored by the Japanese embassy and featuring cooking workshops by leading chefs in Israel and Japan.
Fresh from her victory in the Fencing World Cup, Avital Marinuk explains how she got into fencing.
An intricate packaging and distribution network was discovered operating out of Tiberias, where the local synagogue served as a secret storehouse.
While Olim LeBerlin is quite possibly the most apathetic protest movement ever, they are sending a message: there’s no shame in leaving Israel.
Younge’s concept albums are visual and immersive — like movies without pictures. Little wonder, since Younge is foremost a film composer.
It sounded like a motor racing track, but was in fact Yitzak Kariv Street, meters away from the Old City of Jerusalem…