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Reuters/Michael Kooren I'm traveling, so all you get today is this string of thoughts and desk-cleaning links 1. The recent stats which show that the Dutch don't "suffer" too much they are, as Gallup discovered , among the "countries where 'suffering'
The scissors never seem to stop in Sami's barber shop off a pedestrian street in south Tel Aviv. Fresh out of the barber's chair, Philip Giray says he left Eritrea two years ago...Then he snuck into Israel. "We come here, we ask asylum here, they
Many people would no doubt be surprised to learn that the State Prosecutor's Office does not prosecute most criminal cases in Israel...Photo: Wikimedia Commons Many people would no doubt be surprised to learn that the State Prosecutor's Office does
US president Bill Clinton at the Peres Academic Center in Rehovot. Photo: Steve Linde Fresh off the plane from grey London, and armed with the scantiest knowledge of Middle Eastern history, I was the newest intern at the Peres Center for Peace.
An Israeli-Arab woman votes in Maghar during national elections. Photo: Ammar Awad/Reuters Arab towns and villages are likely to have a higher turnout in next week's municipal elections, compared to Jewish areas. However, unlike Jewish areas, where
Iranian charm offensive, just as presidents Obama and Rouhani were having the first conversation between Iranian and American heads of state since Jimmy Carter's day, and gave the usual hellfire sermon. He said Israel would, if necessary, stand
Four-fifths of Jewish Israelis believe the country's overall situation is either so-so or good, according to a recent survey. The 2013 Israeli Democracy Index released this week showed that 37 percent of respondents rated the situation in Israel as
Courtesy Final approval for a peace deal should be decided by a referendum with a Jewish majority, a plurality of Jewish respondents said in the Israel Democracy Institute's annual Democracy Index, which was presented to President Shimon Peres Sunday.
Israel's population registry lists a slew of "nationalities" and ethnicities, among them Jew, Arab, Druse and more...Residents cannot identify themselves as Israelis in the national registry because the move could have far-reaching consequences for
59, Adrian Filut The net income gap between Ashkenazi households and Sephardi households narrowed from 40% to 27% in the 15 years from 1995 to 2011, according to a new study by Prof. Momi Dahan of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a senior