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A new photography exhibition chronicles the life of the Jews of Yemen in pre-state Israel.
Sapir College: Maoz's opinions were unpleasant but everyone can express his position without losing his livelihood.
The head of the Mizrachi World Movement said that initiative was part of an effort to revitalize religious-Zionism and the Mizrachi movement, which he said have lost their center.
Anita Shapira provides a much-needed social history of Israel, but fails to give a nuanced version of the challenges involved in absorbing immigrants from diverse cultures.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Ethiopians are not being treated any worse than other immigrant groups.
By MICHAEL BAR-ZOHAR
Social activists who have joined a struggle by homeless single mothers and families to squat in empty buildings until they are allocated public housing believe that political differences must be put aside in a shared mission to improve society.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The emerging popularity of Mizrahi music in Israel has been a gradual process.
By BARRY DAVIS
The late Mizrahi superstar's first three albums, originally released in the early 1980s, will be reissued with improved sound.
By BOAZ COHEN
In five years, I’ve never personally experienced overt racial treatment at the hands of another.
By AKIN AJAYI
There isn't a misunderstanding that can't be resolved by plenty of eating. Take the recent bother between Isaac Herzog and Amir Peretz.
Last month, Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani announced that Sisi had earmarked the money to rehabilitate Jewish monuments and houses of worship in the country.
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
Former deputy head of Mossad tells 'Post' that Hizbullah's resignation from Lebanese gov't not likely to develop into full-scale civil war.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
New report shines light on wealth gaps between different ethnic groups in Israel, men and women, Jews and Arab-Israelis.
By NIV ELIS
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