“I have seen all the proposals made so generously by Ehud Olmert, but I have not seen any result”; so spoke Israel’s new Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, during his first address to the media after assuming his post. He went …
While PM Olmert, Defense Secretary Barak, and the intelligence agencies have failed to do their job and return Gilad Shalit home, the Israeli consulate in New York have
This video was made by Yoni Goodman, one of the animators that worked on Waltz with Bashir:
Gisha - Legal Center for Freedom of Movement calls on the State
980 days and nights have passed since Gilad Shalit was captured by Hamas militants. Later this month, on Sunday, March the 22nd, we shall all mark the 1,001st
Regrettably, Ari Folman's animated doco-fantasy film “Waltz with Bashir” didn't win the Best Foreign Film at the 2009 Academy Awards presentation in Hollywood. With just a month passing
A satirical video clip that supposedly depicts Hitler being enraged over the parking problems in Tel Aviv is gaining wide momentum, as well as several complaints by
Two mineral water companies in Israel have halted the production of bottled water due to bacteria found in the streams they exhaust. Bottled water dominates the Israeli market,
A survey conducted by the "Massuah Institute for the Study of the Holocaust" reveals that 35% of high-school youth believes that the Israeli society is racist. In
White phosphorus bombs are prohibited for use in civilian areas. They set buildings on fire and cause very severe burns that can burn a person alive. There have
According to leading commentators, both Minister of Defense Ehud Barak and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tzipi Livni are in favor of pulling the IDF out of Gaza. They
The hugely popular sketch comedy show "Eretz Nehederet" (translated as "A Wonderful Land") was exceptionally satiric and keen last week, several days after the current war began.
This is a video that was sent to us - again part of the media war I am sure - but still really disturbing. Grabbing a kid as
The war in Gaza and its surrounding Israeli cities is waging still, with no clear end in sight. Yet in this age of abundant technology and streaming information,
It's a terrifying sound. I remember hearing it during the first Gulf War. You close yourself in a room, and pray the alarm ends without a shocking boom.