Life in Israel


Israeli-American economist Joshua Angrist wins 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics

Israeli-American economist Joshua Angrist was awarded the 2021 Nobel economics prize alongside David Card and Guido Imbens for pioneering the use of "natural experiments" to understand the causal effects of economic policy and other events.

Tamar and Mohammed top Israel’s baby name list

The most popular baby names in Israel over the past year were...

Syrians express gratitude for Israeli field hospitals

Dozens of Syrian civilians have written letters of gratitude to Israel and...

Israeli scientists successfully regenerate damaged hearts

Israeli scientists have isolated a molecule that promotes heart cell regeneration, according...

Can Israeli water technology save the world?

Water, the most precious resource in the world, is increasingly scarce. However...

Israeli author David Grossman wins Man Booker International Prize

Israeli author David Grossman's latest work, "A Horse Walks Into a Bar,"...

Tel Aviv holds one of world’s largest gay pride parades

Around 200,000 people took to the streets to celebrate LGBTQ pride in Tel Aviv’s...

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At the Malmö International Forum, Moshe Kantor calls on leaders to focus on youth education to combat antisemitism

Moshe Kantor addressed the plenary of the Malmö International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism, and called on world leaders to focus their efforts on fighting extremism and conspiracy theories amongst youth.