Shula Knafo, who immigrated from Casablanca at age 6 and raised a family in Yeruham, hosts visitors with her sumptuous dishes.
Spanish authorities made five arrests and said they dismantled the criminal organization transporting people illegally to Europe.
Ugavim founder Gideon Shamir entrusts apprentice Uri Shani with his workshop, where metal and wooden organ pipes soar.
The Lissan nonprofit teaches Hebrew to 400 Arab women in Jerusalem seeking more independence and employment opportunities.
Young and old, Christian and Bahá’í, Jewish and Muslim – every woman has a place at Janan Faraj Falah’s association in Akko.
Study finds that humans 500,000 years ago in what is now southern Israel reshaped and reused tools rather than make new ones.
To help you decide where to stay in Tel Aviv, we’ve picked 18 hotels — out of 181 in the city — for different needs.
After years of neglect, this high-tech sector is addressing the modest issue of meeting the needs of half the world’s population.
As the fifth daughter in a family of girls, Amal Al-Sana’s birth was considered a tragedy. She didn’t let that stop her.