Bicycle riding is encouraged in Tel Aviv -- but not in Rabin Square -- and riding against the rules can earn you a hefty fine.
Israelis with Moroccan heritage celebrated the end of Passover with 'Mimouna' Saturday night with music and special, intricate sweet foods.
The chain offers its year-round condiments, declaring that they are not kosher for Passover, and letting the customer decide whether or not to use them.
While leftwing groups are laboring on a multi-million dollar anti-settlement campaign for 2017, the folks at Hebron are working on a long gratitude list.
Tens of thousands of descendants of the priests of Israel gather each year to bless the Nation worldwide.
Police interrogated with a warning two employees of the Haifa Religious Council, one of them senior.
“He was very quiet while running between marchers and stabbing them, not hollering like you would imagine.”
"UNESCO’s heinous resolution was not born in a vacuum but is a direct result of Israel’s ambivalent, nebulous policy towards the Temple Mount."
Tel Aviv is getting ready to curb biking on the city's sidewalks, and penalize those who break the law.
Hundreds of Israelis rallied in solidarity for the IDF medic who killed a wounded terrorist after he stabbed a soldier.
Bearded Jewish soldiers are not let into an institution dedicated to documenting the tragic fate of millions of bearded Jews.
The torching was done in retaliation for the disciplinary punishments imposed on two Kfir brigade soldiers.
Google has given a $700,000 grant to an innovative Israeli startup to produce new technology for disabled people.
The parents of said schoolgirls said the gift is offensive to the girls as well as to their families.
Israel's youth feel that the best thing about Israel is the familial atmosphere and the people's tendency to unite during times of trouble.
The Beit Hillel document is more interested in the treatment of gays by the individual Orthodox communities than it is with offering innovative solutions to Orthodox gays.
Those fanatical Jews could some day demand to share equally in the Temple Mount, something that could provoke nothing but Arab rage, for which the Jews would surely be blamed.
Lapid further lamented what he described as “the venom, violence, and crude wickedness of Israeli discourse that have become a national plague.”
We are Jews, we are Zionists, we are happy — get used to it!
A collection of thousands of Passover haggadahs displayed in Jerusalem spans centuries and cities around the globe.