Israel

Stories and analysis about Israel and the Israeli people. 

Lone Soldier

Israel welcomes, and cares for, soldiers with parents an ocean away 

Tisha B'av

Not until a three-week vacation in Israel with my young sons in 2006 did Tisha B’Av—the ninth of Av, a day of communal mourning for Jerusalem’s two temples, destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 B.C.E. and by the Romans in 70 C.E.—really register in my consciousness

AE_HumansOfTelAviv

The Humans of Tel Aviv photo-story project lends a personal touch to Israel's bustling metropolis.

Israel Child Protection

The bureau is the first of its kind in the world to involve inter-agency collaboration.

cheesecake

Find out how Shavuot, a holiday traditionally known for dairy consumption, is celebrated in Israel.

ashkelon home hit by rocket

Your JUF dollars are at work on the ground, providing critical aid -- and showing our Israeli brothers and sisters they are not alone:

Esther Ben David

Golan Ben David was 2 years old in 1974 when his mother, Esther, was killed by a Syrian shell.

Kibbutz Mordechai

Kibbutz Yad Mordechai was founded before World War II, by young Polish Jews.  

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Ethiopian-Israeli elders tend their own gardens

DavidLeichman

Wine aficionados experience tastings, as do cheese mavens—and so, David Leichman believes, should lovers of ice cream. 

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