Articles in "Features"

Prince Rashid of Bahrain’s “Art That Mediates Political Disagreements”

Internationally-acclaimed artist Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa from Bahrain's royal family told TPS, "Creativity and artistic expression are the ...

With Green Passport, Israel Starts its Return to Normal Life

Israel's streets and the economy gradually reassumed a normal appearance this week after the government further eased the Coronavirus ...

‘Happy Birthday 2 You’ Matches Jewish Birthday Twins Around the World in Memory of Terror Victim

Bat-Galim Shaer and her husband Ofir have launched an initiative to bring Jews around the world in a unique way in memory of their son ...

Israel’s First Ambassador to Romania Celebrated on his 127th Birthday

A new memorial plaque in the city of Galati, Romania, dedicated to Israel's first ambassador to the country, the painter Reuven Rubin, was ...

Israeli-Americans on Edge as Votes Tallied in Presidential Race

Tensions surrounding the final outcome of the 2020 presidential race in the US were palpable in Israel as tens of thousands of ...

WATCH: Saba Moti’s Chair Garden

When Saba Moti, a grandfather in the central Israeli city of Modiin, saw chairs being put out for garbage pickup, his idea for a chair ...

Israeli EMT with Corona Brings Medical Relief and Joy To Other Patients in Corona Hotel

Elkana Breuer, a resident of Beitar Illit, works as a singer and keyboardist and teaches in an elementary school. On Rosh Hashanah, he ...

‘I Want to Breathe in Israel’: One Woman’s Drive for Aliyah Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

Israeli organizations entrusted with facilitating Aliyah (immigration to Israel) have recently marked a sharp increase in the number of ...

Learning in Quarantine: Foreign Students Return to Israel

During their two-week quarantine, Kol Ami participants are still learning about Israel, Judaism, and Jewish culture, from their ...

In Corona Times, Israel Remembers its Fallen Online

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has already affected many aspects of life, and most recently, it is reshaping how Israel is marking Yom ...