Business & Innovation
By YOHANAN PLESNER
By ELLI WOHLGELERNTER
By YUVAL SHANY
By TERRANCE MINTNER
By GILAD MALACH, NASREEN HADAD HAJ-YAHYA
By AMIEL UNGAR
Diversity is served by maintaining and respecting differences,
not by diluting religions to the point that they become indistinguishable.
By ELLIOT JAGER
In a sort of ‘you have your antisemites, I have mine,’ right-leaning
Jews say liberals are using the oldest hatred as a political
weapon against Donald Trump.
By JENNIFER RICHLER
Parents of children with disabilities press for greater integration
in schools and society.
By PAUL ALSTER
Not renowned for being a
winter sports power, Israel
faced a major dilemma
ahead of the upcoming
World Figure Skating
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Kobi Alexander’s journey from hi-tech visionary
to convicted felon.
By PATRICIA GOLAN
A podcast featuring
offbeat stories about
lives has become a
hit – and now has
an English language
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
An American author tells the tale of the storied
friendship of Israel’s two most famous psychologists.
By HAIM WATZMAN
By RABBI STEVEN PRUZANSKY
By BERNARD EDINGER
Born in French Algeria, Norbert Beyrard, 1925-2017, headed the IDF’s first special forces unit after serving in World War II with a Free French battalion of the British Special Air Service.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Despite the failings pointed out by the State Comptroller’s report on the 2014 Gaza war, Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to emerge unscathed.
By TEHILLA SHWARTZ-ALTSHULER
Becoming a world leader in e-government is one of the most important challenges facing Israel this century.
Social start-ups are filling the gaps left
by shrinking government budgets.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
Maysaloun Hamoud’s debut feature film
tells the story of three Arab women living in
By RABBI SHAI CHERRY
The Torah portion Ki Tissa is read on Shabbat, March 18.
The Regulation Law will hopefully be a prelude to annexation of the West Bank.
By ALAN ELSNER
President Trump’s casual comments signaling a pullback from
the two-state solution threaten a one-state outcome.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
After the violence in Umm al-Hiran that claimed two lives, can
the state push through Beduin resettlement in the Negev?
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
North Africa remains a region in flux suffering from
the same problems that led to the Arab Spring in the first place.
Teva Pharmaceuticals, Israel’s biggest
company, has seen its share price
halved as generics eat at its profits,
and leveraged buyouts have left it
burdened with huge debts.
By BERNARD DICHEK
An exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum showcases the works of
African artists and that of Israeli artists who deal with the
By ROBERT HIRSCHFIELD
In "Works on Paper," Jennifer Barber remains an empathic
witness to an exhausted life.
By RABBI JAY KELMAN
Sometimes barriers are needed, but when it comes to
the Jewish people free-flowing open spaces are required.
By RABBI ALONA LISITSA
Moses’ insistence that all the Jewish people must leave Egypt provides a clear lesson for our leaders today.
Rudolf Kasztner was not a hero but an unscrupulous Nazi collaborator, insists British historian Paul Bogdanor in his new book.
By RALPH AMELAN
A new book tells the story of a unique experiment to transform postwar Germany amid the ashes of defeat.
Israeli food and agriculture start-ups are improving the quality and quantity of
food available in both the developed and developing worlds.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The appointment of Israel’s first Ethiopian and FSU judges sheds light on the challenges and opportunities for immigrants in civil service.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Attorney, minister, and consigliere Yaakov Neeman, who died at 77, was a political era’s emblem.
By ERAN LERMAN
How moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem can improve prospects for peace.
By REUVEN HAMMER
By MIKE FISCHER
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
By EVELYN GORDON
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
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