Articles in "Features"

Tel Aviv Tivonit: A New Party Wants to Make Tel Aviv a Vegan Capital

A long queue lines up on a hot and humid late August afternoon outside Anastasia Cafe, a vegan restaurant on the corner of Frishman and ...

Thousands Gather to Wage Peace In Jerusalem

Some 4,500 women, Jews and Arabs alike, religious and secular, all dressed in white and turquoise, slowly made their way from Jaffa gate in ...

Awe and Inspiration During Selichot at The Western Wall

The sound of the shofar was loud and strong. Every few moments a man dressed in white, wearing a Breslov kippah blew into the ram's horn as ...

Amid Chaos And Economic Collapse, Venezuela’s Jewish Community Seeks Safer Shores

A., a 75-year-old resident of Caracas never thought much about immigrating to Israel, but a few months ago he decided he could not stay any ...

On Gazan and Egyptian Borders, Israeli Communities Thrive In The Face Of Rocket And Arson Attacks

The loud booms fill the air as we stand next to a municipal building in the Eshkol Regional Council. If you listen closely, there is also ...

The Corbyn Question: What’s Driving UK Jews to Israel

For months, the Labour Party, and its leader Jeremy Corbyn, has been caught up in a storm of antisemitism allegations leading many British ...

Bar-Ilan’s first African IMBA Student Has Hopes to be a Light Unto His Continent

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Israeli NGO Plans To Bring Tech To The Underdog

Newly-established NGO Carmel 6000 has a mission: To bridge the gap between start-ups and those who need technology most - the poor, the ...

Migration from Turkey and Iran Led to Culture Boom in Ancient Israel 6,500 Years Ago

It was a culture of exchange and integration that rose and fell with no clear answer as to why. But, new research done by a team of ...

Gaza Belt Kids Get A Reprieve From Rocket Fire At Jerusalem Day Out  

Loud singing and the happy shouts of children could be heard from outside Ammunition Hill Memorial and Museum on a mid-August ...