Wikipedia

THE RUINS of a 19th-century mansion at Hirbet Yarda.
Travel and win: Local sites position to snap up a Wikipedia award

Near Moshav Mishmar Hayarden is a fascinating archeological site called Hirbet Yarda, where remains from a number of different time periods have been uncovered.

By MEITAL SHARABI
28/09/2017
Wiki Women project
In other words

There is much history yet to be made, and Wiki Women are fighting to reduce its gender bias.

By TALI KORD
10/02/2017
Jimmy Wales
Born, raised and educated in a vineyard

A garbled article on a prominent Israeli anchorwoman raises questions about Wikipedia.

By YAKIR FELDMAN
27/07/2016
Bernie Sanders versus Hillary Clinton
Leaked Democratic email indicates potential effort to smear Sanders as atheist

In an email leaked Friday by Wikileaks Brad Marshall, the DNC’s chief financial officer suggested that the party should “get someone to ask” about “his” religious beliefs, The Intercept reported.

By JTA
23/07/2016
Falafel in Wikipedia
Born, raised and educated in a vineyard

A garbled article on a prominent Israeli anchorwoman raises questions about Wikipedia.

By YAKIR FELDMAN
11/05/2016
Hatahana
Wikimedia tells Israelis to photograph heritage sites

For 4th year in a row, Wikimedia Israel is hosting competition in which both amateur and professional photographers can win prizes for pictures of any national heritage site in Israel.

Benjamin Netanyahu and Lila Tretikov
Israel’s Wikipedians lead the way in education, technology

Israel’s local Wikimedia affiliate, one of 47 around the world, is leading in several exciting new initiatives.

01/06/2015
Shmuel Bar-Am
Grumpy Old Men: Bitter souvenirs

An empty bottle and an old scar should remain signposts toward a dream rather than bookends to a dreadful saga.

Wikipedia video player
Israeli technology enables Wikipedia video player

Wikipedia enables new video player, thanks to Israel’s Kaltura.

By NADAV SHEMER
18/11/2012
Protesters in Manama react to sound grenade
Human rights virtually regained

Introduction for the first Young Middle Eastern Leaders column for ‘The Jerusalem Post’

By KHALED A. AL JASER
21/04/2012
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