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World NowMore than half of Jewish Israelis polled in May agreed that Africans living illegally in Israel are “a cancer in the body” of the country, backing the controversial words of an Israeli lawmaker. The new poll from the Israel Democracy Institute...
World NowIsrael returned to the Palestinians on Thursday remains of 91 Palestinians it has been holding for many years in graves marked only by numbers...
TEL AVIV — Visiting a food market in a far-flung destination is a great way to get a sense of the people who live there. Israel is no exception. The market in Tel Aviv, Israel's largest city, showcases the small desert country's agricultural...
Tags: Travel, Grapefruit, France, Israel, Trips and Vacations
TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — The Jewish springtime holiday Passover is known as a festival of freedom, but its hallmark is a litany of dietary restrictions centered on not eating leavened bread for a week. The rules are so elaborate that chefs who...
A respected Palestinian physician established and ran his own hospital in Jaffa nearly 80 years ago, when the Mediterranean seaport was the cultural and commercial center of Palestine. The 55-bed stone building originally bore the name of Dr. Fuad I....
Tags: Human Interest, Israel, Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Palestine
American VoicesA fight in Israel over a new university is a perfect metaphor illustrating the nation's deep divisions -- a fault line that further isolates Israel and presents a continuing danger to the world. This month, an Israeli education council for the occupied...
Yaffa Yarkoni, a singer who entertained Israeli soldiers on the front lines for half a century and later reaped public censure for her outspoken criticism of the military's treatment of Palestinians, died Sundayof Alzheimer's disease in Tel Aviv. She...
Tags: Radio, Government, Politics, Civil Unrest, Massacres
24 FramesThe Hangover, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Zach Galifianakis, is one of many movie titles to be awkwardly translated....
World NowThe website for the Tel Aviv stock exchange was shut down for hours on Monday, the apparent victim of hackers, while El Al Airlines shut down its site after it was similarly threatened....
World NowSome Israeli computer geeks are learning Arabic to boost their skills in the ongoing war between hackers in their country and its Arab rivals....
World NowMutasim Qamrawi, a 22-year-old from Sudan, was held four months by smugglers in the Sinai Desert in Egypt. He says that the smugglers poured hot melted plastic on his back, whipped him with wires and beat his naked body with sticks....
World NowIsrael doesn't need celebrity activists to call its attention to troubles in Africa. After years of being on the receiving end of a steady stream of work migrants and asylum seekers, the country knows this first-hand....
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