Israel is putting its best face forward for President Obama, and what better face to put forward for America’s first black president than Israel’s first black beauty queen?
An American-born Orthodox Jewish sex therapist in Jerusalem has written what he says is the first sexually explicit sex manual for ultra-Orthodox and Orthodox Jews.
Israel has quietly begun repatriating hundreds of Sudanese immigrants in recent months. The move raises questions about the migrants’ legal status in Israel and possible dangers they face back home in Sudan.
Reporter Daniel Estrin reports that going pants-less was a daring thing to do in a city filled with large populations of religiously devout Jews and Muslims.
Reporter Daniel Estrin in Tel Aviv tells the story of how a troupe of Russian directors founded one of Israel’s most celebrated theaters.
Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu compared the killings in Newtown, CT to other terror attacks on Israeli civilians. Reporter Daniel Estrin speaks with Marco Werman about how the school shooting resonates with Israelis.
The story tells that soldiers in the beginning would put perfume of their girlfriends, and afterwards they put something else. It’s a special liquid.
As the fighting has raged on in Syria, there have been reports about Syrian archaeological sites damaged in the conflict. The scope of that damage has just recently started to come out, thanks largely to one diligent graduate student in northern England.
An initiative called Houses From Within offers residents of Jerusalem the opportunity to see buildings that are usually off-limits to the public – from the inside.
Support for Israel has been a key part of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. But Romney’s Mormon church has not had it easy in Israel, as reporter Daniel Estrin explains.
Israel’s Army Radio has banned the popular song “A Matter of Habit” from its airwaves stating that the song “denounces those that have sacrificed their life for the defense of the country.”
Israel is now waging a campaign to add another issue to the agenda for Middle East peace – the plight of Jews from Arab countries forced to leave their homes. Palestinians say this is a distraction from the real issue – Palestinians forced to leave their homes during the 1948 Middle East war.
An Israeli children’s museum has opened what it says is the world’s first museum exhibit simulating what it is like to get old.
As he addressed delegates at the United Nations’ General Assembly in New York Thursday, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a chart drawn in the shape of a fuse-bomb and sectioned according to various stages of uranium enrichment, to make his point against the danger of Iran’s nuclear program.
Days after a group of Israeli teenagers attacked and beat some Palestinians youths in Jerusalem, Israelis are wondering whether their country is becoming tolerant of hate crimes.