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Journalist Raviv Drucker said he was astonished at some of the things he learned while researching for his new Channel 10 series 'The Captains.'
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A survey conducted on the eve of Independence Day gave a snapshot of Israelis' optimism and anxiety.
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"Special in Uniform is an awe-inspiring societal triumph, enabling youngsters with disabilities to serve the army and thus contribute their share to the nation.”
Artwork in honor of Israel's 70th birthday by David Bloch.
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Israelis across the country commemorated lost loved ones as they marked Remembrance Day, visiting grave-sites of soldiers and terror victims who have been killed throughout Israel's history.
By A.J. EDELMAN
How the Israeli Olympian found his "Israel moment" while training in a picturesque town in Germany.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, Supreme Court President Esther Hayut, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman and Police Chief Insp.-Gen. Roni Alsheikh all read poems at the event.
By DAVID BRINN
90-year-old Chanan Rapaport recalls his days as a fighter in the pre-state era.
Lacking communication devices during the war, the Israeli forces relied on a clandestine network of 68 dovecots spread across the country, and ran 'pigeoneer' courses for soldiers.
What will families in Israel look like in the future? How will Israeli society be impacted by changing family dynamics?
By UDI SHAHAM
The move is meant to assist “the ordinary citizen who may have slipped up in the past,” whose day-to-day life might be affected by this stain on his or her police record.
By NOA AMOUYAL,DAVID BRUMMER,SARAH LEVI
For this crop of young Nefesh b'nefesh olim, it's not about 'what Israel can do for them, it's about what they can do for Israel.'
Celebrating the diversity of Israeli pop.
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Not everyone shares the same vision for the Jewish state.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
From army hospital No. 5 to a world-renowned medical center, a look at how Sheba Medical Center and Israel's history are uniquely intertwined.
By NOA AMOUYAL
The Jewish National Fund's interfaith mission demonstrates Israel is a place for all.
When newly-minted Israel Prize winner Natan Sharansky became the head of the Jewish Agency nearly 10 years ago, the former refusenik did what he does best: shake things up.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Anti-Israel activists on the Left are trying to wrench control of the Democratic Party while white nationalists on the Right treat Zionism as a cover for their racism.
The Academy of the Hebrew Language has picked one word for each of the country's seven decades.
Rivlin, Shlomi Shabat join Koolulam initiative for Israel's 70th.
By ANAT KURZ AND UDI DEKEL
Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Hamas and pragmatic Arab states all have a role to play in improving the lives of Gazans.
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