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Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret.

In the mind of Etgar Keret: An interview on Tzuzamen

Join Tzipi Trope and Tzili Charney as they dive into the mind of famed Israeli short story writer Etgar Keret | Live - July 28 at 7:00 p.m. Israel time

Gideon Sa'ar

Sa'ar preparing bill to prevent indicted MKs from forming government

Gideon Sa'ar claimed a bill that would prevent Benjamin Netanyahu from forming a government after an election was supported by Naftali Bennett.

Israel Diamond Exchange hosts first ever Innovation Fair

The Innovation Fair was attended by high-tech companies that are revolutionizing the diamond industry.

Gantz on 'submarine affair': Investigation committee vital to security

The meeting was held a day after the High Court of Justice rejected three appeals, made by the MQG and others, to establish a national investigations committee regardless of government approval.

US tells Israel 'refrain' from settler building as de-facto freeze sets in

US State Department spokesperson Ned Price: 'We've conveyed this message publicly and privately'

Two people missing following Dead Sea swim found after eight hours

The two hikers told the search and rescue teams they arrived from Ramallah and Bethlehem for vacation and entered the Dead Sea waters around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday evening.

An information analyst works in front of a screen showing a near real-time map tracking cyber threat

Cyber tech company to secure Israel Water Authority facilities

Following attempted attacks by Iran on Israel's water facilities during 2020, the Water Authority has been emphasizing its need for proper cybersecurity.

Students complain about teacher accused of sex offense on TikTok

Yotam Okon, a science teacher in a Tel Aviv school, was removed from his position several months ago after the school administration received complaints against him of Sex offenses.


Who are the real victims of the Ben & Jerry’s Israel boycott?

While the workers of Ben & Jerry’s have been caught in the middle of a conflict, they are unwilling to be forgotten.


Jerusalem highlights: Week of July 23-30

Don't know what to do in Jerusalem the coming week? Here's a list of suggestions to enrich your summer.

How the Peretz family are expanding culture and tourism in Jerusalem

Peretz — Mother and son — have initiated cultural and tourism projects like an aerial rope adventure in the Holy City.


Should couples share the housework equally?

Those who responded that they agree or strongly agree that partners should share the chores equally, really do share them to a greater extent, but in most cases the differences are not significant.


Wine talk: What Bobal & Rambam have in common

Spain does not have many kosher wines, but a new kosher winery, Vina Memorias, is making waves with the relatively unknown bobal grape, and a wine named after Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon.

Could Bennett's Temple Mount tweet have sparked a religious war? 5 takes

Unpacking Bennett’s misstep on ‘freedom of worship for Jews’ on the Temple Mount during Tisha Be'av.

High Court of Justice prepares for hearing on whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can form the

High Court bans Chief Rabbinate mandatory Jewish status investigations

Relatives of individuals put on marriage blacklists have been forced to undergo Jewish status investigations by the Chief Rabbinate, and their personal status data used without authorization.

Israel to be compensated NIS 50 million for oil spill

The ecological disaster that struck the Mediterranean Sea in February washed up over 70 tons of tar on Israel's shores.

NSO, surveillance and the double-edged sword of the Start-Up Nation

The damning reports on the controversial tech company raise questions about how Israeli defense exports are regulated, and put a dent in Israel’s prestige as a cybersecurity giant

36 members of French parliament visit Israel

The delegation saw Israel's Iron Dome and met with key officials from Sderot to Jerusalem.

What does The Israeli Opera have planned for their next season?

During a behind-the-scenes tour, Israeli Opera general director Zach Granit reveals a bit of the thinking process behind the upcoming productions

Prepare for the Olympics with these Jewish sports movies

A list of the 26 best Jewish sports movies to get you into an Olympian state of mind ahead of the Olympics.

Jerusalem Film Festival announces its Israeli program

The 38th Jerusalem Film Festival, which will take place from August 24-September 4 at the Jerusalem Cinematheque and other locations, just announced the details of its Israeli programs.

Israel Africa relations

Israel regains observer status in the African Union

"This is a day of celebration for Israeli-African relations," said Foreign Minister Yair Lapid.

Israel set to open massive new Haifa port September 1

"The opening of the Gulf port will revolutionize the entire economy. It is the newest port in the world, with the latest in port technology," said Yitzhak Blumenthal, CEO of the Israel Ports Company.

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