Articles in "Features"

Gaza Border Communities Under Fire Say Enough Is Enough

“I lay on top of my children, we were 300 meters from the bomb shelter but there was not enough time to run there, we were caught ...

Decoding The Genetics Of Israeli Fashion

Israelis have a reputation for wearing practical comfortable and durable clothes that express an informal and tough mindset, always ready ...

Shoe Designer Gal Shukroon Finds Inspiration In Hebron

At her 9th floor apartment-cum-studio in Tel Aviv’s trendy Nahalat Binyamin neighborhood, against a backdrop of a stunning view of the ...

At GA, ’North American and Israeli Jewry Get Talking About Bridging The Gap

“Let’s Talk” was the order of the day at the Jewish Federation of North America’s General Assembly, taking place in Tel Aviv this ...

JPPI Study Finds Significant Rise in Number Of Israeli Jews Affiliated With Reform and Conservative Movement

Between 12 and 13 percent of Israelis are turning to the Reform and Conservative movement, a study by the Jewish People Policy Institute ...

New North Jerusalem Mall Hopes To Become an Island Of Israeli-Palestinian Coexistence

In a run-down corner of northeast Jerusalem, just over the 1949 armistice line that separated Israel and Jordan, supermarket magnate Rami ...

Palestinian Baby First-Ever Recipient Of A Heart Transplant From Israeli-Jewish Child

Clinging to life, a Palestinian baby from Ramallah has become the first-ever recipient of a heart transplant from an Israeli-Jewish ...

2,000-Year-Old Decapitated Skeletons Found in Downtown Jerusalem Dig

The skeletons lay in a chaotic fashion. They had once belonged to mothers, wives, children and in some cases were even unborn fetuses. ...

10 American Baseball Players Slated To Make Aliyah, Help Israel Reach 2020 Olympic Dream

Ten American baseball players will become dual-Israeli citizens in a bid to help Israel’s team reach the 2020 Olympics, the Jewish ...

Rare 2,000-Year-Old Inscription Bears Full Spelling of Jerusalem

She sat in her office at the Binyanei Ha’Uma excavation, near the modern-day entrance to Jerusalem, doing paperwork. It was a cold and ...