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So subtle is the romantic feeling in the Tel Aviv-set gay drama "Sublet," that you might not feel a thing
Rabbi Daniel Asor frequently peddles coronavirus conspiracy theories to his thousands of followers
One of the attackers, who faces hate crime charges, allegedly said being gay "gives Arabs a bad name"
Members of Kahol Lavan defected on the conversion therapy vote, supporting it along with opposition parties.
Judge rules that advertising companies must offer ad space to all political parties, or none at all
Far-right politician Rafi Peretz said that he had used conversion therapy on gay youth and believed it can work
Embassies can hang or display the flag elsewhere on their grounds, but not on flag poles
Federal court finds that the legal children of American citizens are entitled to citizenship, regardless of biological ties
More than 100,000 Israelis took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Sunday night to protest Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s backtracking on a provision within...
An Israeli couple learned while trying to get travel visas that their names had been removed from their children's birth certificates
"Vagrant Trilogy" runs to July 1 at Mosaic Theater
Stating it's "for their protection," Kfar Saba's police department won't help finance the walls
The live final was briefly interrupted when a protester stormed the stage during Britain's performance
Drag pageantry and performance take a backseat to affecting drama in Mosaic’s Paper Dolls.
Hundreds convened on Trump International Hotel to protest through the power of dance