Tamara Abdul Hadi, who has been published by the New York Times, the Guardian, and Reuters, seeks to emphasize migrants' humanity in life, not just their dehumanizing deaths.
This morning, one of Trump's lawyers donated to Clinton's campaign, Israel suspends Palestinian entry permits after terror attack, Ohio approves the use of medical marijuana, and more.
The annual LGBT pride event is like an oasis of tolerance in an otherwise fractured region—shirtless guys, feather boas, and all.
We met with director Jake Witzenfeld to talk about his new documentary that follows the struggles and victories of three young, gay Palestinian men in Tel Aviv.
Israel's greatest vegetarian short-story writer was in New York City—and he was hungry.
We interviewed Sharon Rotbard about his book White City, Black City: Architecture and War in Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
An interview with Guy Pitchon about his book Love Child.
As a photographer, I'm always searching for that moment when things are about to change; in Tel Aviv, they are changing all the time.
Last October, asylum seekers living in south Tel Aviv held a demonstration demanding "security." They wanted refugee status and the rights that accompany it: the basic police protection most of us take for granted, including the right not to be attacked b…
Tel Aviv's Juval Haring is so sure that the world is about to end that he started a shoegaze band and recorded an album about the upcoming nuclear blast.
It seems the entire internet is extremely pessimistic about the new round of John Kerry-brokered peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians. But seeing as most people online don't have a decent grasp on the situation, I decided to find out what Isr…
Hedonism in the Holy Land.
The foreign office advises the team gets the hell out of the country so they head to the beach.
We hang out with a photographer whose forbidden fantasies prove a little too close to home when fresh conflict breaks out between Israel and Palestine.
Charlet and company arrive in the party capital of the Middle East and are treated to a show by Italian fashion giant Moschino.
No sooner had the last model left the catwalk than the first rockets to reach Tel Aviv from Gaza in over 20 years started to fall, in reaction to the IDF assassinating Hamas' military chief. We were there throughout it all, trying to make our final episod…
This is the story of the 60,000 asylum seekers living in Israel who are are criminalized, vilified, and unrecognized by the Israeli state. We got to know this marginalized population, who have no place in society and no option to return home.
Last night Israeli fighter jets rained down missiles upon Gaza. The assault came in retaliation to a week of rocket attacks on Israeli territory by Hamas. No one's panicking yet, but there's a strong possibility of all-out war.
With two days to go before the big anniversary protest, we meet some people who have different ways of dealing with the government's fear mongering.
On Saturday, the Israeli activist group J14 celebrated its first birthday with another large-scale protest. An estimated 10,000 people gathered on Rothschild Boulevard and shouted stuff like "Social justice for the people!" A man named Moshe Silman brough…