Thousands of injured Syrians treated in Israel Thousands of Syrians have been killed and millions more are on the run. That's just part of the cost of the ongoing civil war. Yet in all the chaos and heartache, unexpected examples of compassion could be healing more than just physical wounds.
On Friday, March 17, 2017
Cheesecake, amaretto or goat cheese and onion jam? Those were just some of the new hamantaschen options this year on offer at a bakery in Tel Aviv, one of dozens around the country, which was bustling in advance of the Purim holiday, which started on Saturday evening.
Israel becomes gas exporter Israeli firm Delek Drilling - the part of Delek Group developing Israel’s offshore gas fields - has started exporting natural gas to Jordan in what are Israel’s first gas exports ever, AFP reported on Thursday, citing a company spokeswoman.
Israeli designers make modest fashion statement Israeli models wearing modest designs took to the catwalk last week, showcasing fashion aimed at religious Jewish women who adhere to strict religious rules emphasising modesty for women.
On Friday, March 03, 2017
Record 40,000 runners in Tel Aviv marathon Major roads and key thoroughfares were blocked to traffic in Tel Aviv on Friday for the city’s marathon, with an estimated record number of 40,000 runners from across the country and abroad taking part in the annual event.