Articles in "Israeli society"

After Yearlong Journey, 9 Special-in-Uniform Volunteers Inducted Into IDF

The entrance to the IDF's Bakum induction center witnessed a unique scene on Thursday when nine beaming young IDF soldiers proudly ...

IDF Female Tank Commanders File Petition to Serve in Armored Corps

Female tank commanders of the IDF have filed a petition with the High Court of Justice requesting to be allowed to serve in the IDF's ...

A Home Full of Light: Bet Elazraki Children’s Home Illuminates the Darkness for Dozens of Children on Chanukah

Dozens of children from disadvantaged backgrounds joyfully celebrated Chanukah on Monday evening at Bet Elazraki Children's Home in Netanya ...

Christmas Report: Number of Christians in Israel Rising

The number of Christian citizens of Israel is rising and there are several positive developments regarding Christians in higher education ...

After Historic Low, Israel’s Unemployment Rises Slightly to 3.9%

Israel's unemployment rate rose to 3.9% in November, after October's record-low 3.4% figure, according to Israel's Central Bureau of ...

Christian Friends Help Illuminate Chanukah Holiday for Israel’s Elderly

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) has once again launched its annual "Illuminating with Fellowship" campaign to ...

A Nation of Immigrants: A Third of Israel’s Population Were Immigrants

A third of Israel's population immigrated to the country over the course of its seven decades of existence, and close to a half of them ...

Survey: 44% of Israelis Are Concentrated in 16 Cities

Almost half of the Israelis live in only 16 cities, and Jerusalem is the largest city in the country, a Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) ...

Israelis in Samaria Set New Record in Blood Donations in One Day

Hundreds of Israelis gathered at an IDF base in Samaria and set a new Israeli record for the largest number of blood donations collected in ...

Courts Squabble Over Gender-Segregated Concert for Ultra-Orthodox as Event Proceeds

Israeli courts on Wednesday squabbled over a ruling regarding a gender-segregated concert for the Ultra-Orthodox community in Afula, while ...