Washington has reportedly been “livid” at Israel’s reluctance to take a clear public stance against Russia in the Ukraine conflict. An Israeli official was quoted as saying in response that doing so would jeopardize Israel’s “vital security interests.”
Should stores in Jewish neighborhoods should sell leavened bread on Passover?
Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is a microbiologist from the Technion, a mother of three and the new winner of the Israeli Master Chef, who wants to use her new found celebrity to promote understanding between Jews and Arabs in Israel.
We often know the last Golden Age Andalusian Hebrew-Language poet for his biblical commentary. Can you guess which celestial feature is named for Avraham Ben Ezra?
Leviathan Gas partners said they want to export some of Israel’s natural gas to Cyprus. How influential could this be for Israel’s fledgling gas industry?
To mark the Passover holiday, World Flight brings you songs of freedom and Exodus.
Chef Shmil Holland is not only an expert in Ashkenazi cuisine, he also lives it. His Schmaltz Cookbook was the basis for a musical called “the Kishke Monologues” put up late last year by the Tel Aviv Yiddishpiel theater. He gives his ideas for Ashkenazi Passover classics, like gefilte fish and fried potato knish.
Israeli Basketball: Former Detroit Piston and current Hapoel Jerusalem player Ronald Dupree talks about his days playing under Larry Brown, as well as how Jerusalem head coach Brad Greenberg has greatly improved the team.
In a very special Pesach edition of a Different Class, we present the true story of the Exodus from Egypt: How God’s plan for Moses set off a chain of events that have echoed down the ages and, for hundreds of years, given Jews a week of indigestion.
With the arrival of Passover ends the busiest week of the year for the city of Bnei Brak, one of Israel’s largest ultra-Orthodox hotspots, with people kosherizing their homes, kitchens and dishes, expunging the tiniest crums of chametz.
Upon the death of one of the architects of the Oslo Accord, we bring you an interview he gave TLV1 late last year, following the publication of his book “Secret Channel” chronicling his involvement in the peace process.
Master Chef Israel winner Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is a microbiologist and an Israeli-Arab, who dreams of establishing the first ever Jewish-Arab culinary school to build mutual understanding through cooking and sharing culinary traditions.