The Taub Center for Social Policy has published its so-called ‘State of the Nation’ report for 2014, with some shocking findings.
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BICOM’s first director, Mark Berg, published a column in the Jewish Chronicle this week entitled ‘I love Israel but it’s heading for disaster.’
From dreidels to doughnuts, host Marcela Sulak explains the holiday’s traditions, and then lets the historian Josephus tell the story in his own words.
On Sunday the cabinet approved the first part of a five-year plan to aid Druze and Circassian communities, which will cost 185 million NIS.
Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah, when we gather round the candles, say the blessings, and sing the songs. But why do we do all this?
Continuing our end-of-year musical round-up of the 2014 highlights from Israel’s alternative and indie scene…
Israeli farmers are handing out 10 tons of free produce to show their disgust with the pricing policies of the Ministry of Agriculture.
Sports Rabbi Josh Halickman updates us on Maccabi Tel Aviv’s good form, which sees them in the Eurobasket last 16.
A year-long investigation resulted in the arrest of Yisrael Zinger, Mayor of Ramat Gan, on suspicion of election fraud, bribery, money laundering, and more.
More than 300 ambassadors from all over the world came to plot, gossip, and mingle at the 3rd annual Diplomatic Conference put on by the Jerusalem Post.
A rare peak inside the lives of participants of the Career Israel program that we’re following for this special series of reports.
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