According to Israeli law, all marriages in the country are performed by religious authorities--be they Christian, Muslim, Druze, or Jewish. But thousands of immigrants admitted to Israel under the Law of Return cannot marry in Israel, because the Israeli rabbinate does not recognize them as Jewish.Read more
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Aliyah from the Former Soviet Union since 1989.
An examination of the geography, history, and politics of Palestinian identity.
Israeli Bedouin have an ambiguous relationship with the state.
Ancient traditions in a new Jewish State.
The ongoing struggle and the Middle East peace process.
A brief history of the role of Jerusalem in the peace process.
"Sarbanut" in a Jewish-Democratic State.
For many Israelis, religious politics and identity issues disrupt the pursuit of holy matrimony.
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You've seen it in the stores. Now you can make it at home.
Grilled lamb skewers with deep roots in the Middle East.
This new cookbook features new takes on Jewish and Arab Middle Eastern classics.
A crunchy Israeli classic.
The most ancient of desserts.
Filmmakers find a uniquely Israeli voice.
Check out our online store full of art and Judaica straight from Israel.
A history of a nation through the small screen.
Ethiopian-inspired music has hit the big time in Israel.
Moving into the international arena.