"What do I need to do in order to enter? Do you want me to strip?" asked Maj.-Gen. Herzi Halevi.
There has been a large increase in demand for lessons in the Hebrew language, including teaching, historical study and literature.
The Settlement Affairs Ministry has allocated $6.2 million for West Bank regional councils to purchase electronic tracking devices to monitor building by Palestinians, who are seldom granted construction permits
While he may feel stuck, as so many of us do these days, he is moving forward professionally.
Many of Israel’s biggest celebrities accuse Eshkolot, a company responsible for distributing royalty payments, of being secretive and skimming too much of the money it collects
The pandemic revealed the world's total dependence upon public financing and should finally explode the myth that the less a government 'interferes,' the better
The founders of Veev are applying lessons from their startup successes – and failures – to the world of modular home manufacture. But you won't be seeing their homes in Israel anytime soon
'Wake up to an ocean view, walk to the beach barefoot and play tennis in the backyard': Massive homes with few neighbors are turning Haifa's coastal communities into prime real estate
Moran Cerf, a French-Israeli neuroscientist and one of the first Israeli hackers, thinks human error enabled the recent spate of attacks targeting Israel. In an interview, he explains how to protect your privacy and security
'When interest rates are low and money is available, even startups with the business model of a pretzel cart are in demand'