As more and more Israeli women share their stories of harassment, we ask whether or not women in Israel are subject to our own special sorts of sexual violence.
The Promised Podcast
The Israeli-designed community-based traffic and navigation app Waze is one of the so-called start-up nation’s biggest success stories. But could Waze be harming our environment and our democracy?
It’s a debate that has raged since 1948. Can the ongoing debate over the rights of dispossessed Palestinians’ descendants be overcome?
Israel possesses the bodies of five Islamic Jihad militants and has a decision to make. Should the bodies be immediately returned to relatives, or should they be used as part of a negotiation tactic?
Israel’s Supreme Court says stores should stay open in Tel Aviv on the Sabbath. Some say they struck a blow for freedom. Some say, workers deserve a day off. Some say, God is a higher authority.
Leaders of the long-time standard-bearer for Israel’s liberal, Zionist left – Meretz – say their party is no longer Zionist. Is it time to retire the “Z Word”?
It is the centennial of the Balfour Declaration, affirming the right of Jews to a “national home” in Palestine. It was controversial then, and remains so today.