2012 . 18 . 5
On a stand at the book fair in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia about two months ago was a sign advertising the first translation in history of the Babylonian Talmud into Arabic ● The huge project, which sparked debate in Saudi Arabia over the propriety of advertising the sale of Jewish religious literature in a Muslim country, was the work of a Jordanian research institute ● What is the Rebbe's outlook on this? ● Full Story
New Israeli app takes the frustration out of automated customer-service call centers, putting menu choices into a visual screen on your phone.
Working out not only keeps people physically fit but also keeps them happier on the job, according to Israeli university researchers.
An Israeli startup called Adventure Mob seeks to breathe new life into the cult-classic game "Leisure Suit Larry" with a new gaming platform.
Olive lovers of all ages came to find out, at Israel’s first official olive-pit spitting contest.
A futuristic Israeli medical device enabled a British paraplegic to walk the entire route of the 2012 London Marathon.
'Working in a small country certainly has its positive aspects,' Raphael Mechoulam says. 'It couldn't have happened in the United States.'
Tons of ice made for tons of fun during the city's first Ice Festival.
Renowned publication devotes lead story to prime minister; cover subheading says 'He's conquered Israel, but will Netanyahu now make peace – or war?'