Jerusalem's Oldest Bakery Only Makes One Thing—and It's Perfect
The Zalatimo family's mutabak—a pastry of buttered phyllo, goat cheese, and sugar—is still cooked on the same handmade copper plates from 1860.
Trump's New Israel Policy Could Make the World a Lot More Dangerous
There have already been a handful of violent incidents possibly connected to the US recognising Jerusalem as the country's capital – and that might just be the tip of the iceberg.
How a Tiny Homebrew Shop Kicked Off a Craft Beer Revolution in Israel
Denny Neilson is the American father of Israeli microbrewing and the sole purveyor of hard apple cider in the land of milk and honey. As the craft brewing scene has exploded in Israel over the past decade, he’s been there every step of the way.
Photos of Men and Women Praying at Separate Parts of the Western Wall
In accordance with Orthodox Jewish tradition – and thanks to a simple folding fence –, men and women are still praying separately in Jerusalem.