Bar Rafaeli is an internationally acclaimed Israeli supermodel who began her modelling career at the age of eight months, featuring in commercials. Rafaeli was born in Hod Hasharon on June 4, 1985. She has led campaigns for brands such as Garnier, Escada, Desigual, Subaru and Gap. She hosted the first season of The X Factor Israel in 2013 and has also dabbled in acting including co-starring in Israeli TV drama series Pick Up in 2005, starring in American-Israeli film Session in 2011, and in 2013, starring as a Mossad assassin in a French-Israeli movie. Rafaeli has been criticized for not serving in the IDF. She has also featured in several controversial adverts including a commercial for Carolina Lemke Berlin in which she is seen pole-dancing, an advert for the Hoodies clothing company in which she features as male puppet's fantasy, and a racy Super Bowl commercial for GoDaddy.com which features a close-up kiss of Rafaeli and a nerdy character. Refaeli famously dated Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio for over four years until the two called it quits in 2011. In March 2015, she announced her engagement to businessman Adi Ezra.
According to numbers provided by the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel, over the past few months there has been a 41% increase in inquiries regarding abuse and sexual assault of children.
Case centered on income earned abroad in 2009-2012, concealment of additional income and benefits in Israel.
Make-A-Wish Israel offers a ‘Once in a Lifetime’ online auction.
The status of women, their rights to equal opportunities and equal pay and their need to be protected from violence is not a party or a gender issue. It is a social issue.
“Don’t do the crime if your mom can’t do the time.”
The case centered on Refaeli's income that she earned abroad in the years 2009-2012 and the concealment of additional income and benefits that she received in Israel.
The couple celebrated the baby’s bris at their home with close friends and immediate family.
The motto of the Havana Club is ‘Grey Hair – we don’t care.’
Bar Refaeli, Dr. Ruth, The Crown’s Vanessa Kirby, President Reuven Rivlin helping spread message against global resurgence of Jew hatred