The protests taking Israel by storm this month are part of a long, heartfelt history of Israelis taking to the streets to make their voices heard. Whether their demands are peaceful or passionate, one thing has always remained constant: The power of ordinary Israeli people to affect big change when they put their mind to it
Some of the world’s biggest celebrities have graced Israel’s shores over the years. Among them were some true “Israel lovers.” Here’s a look at several typical stops on Israel’s classic celebrity tourist trail…
Jono David’s ‘never-ending Jewish photo tour’ led him to document a diverse collection of the African continent’s often-overlooked Jewish communities, both new and old
Photo taken by an Austrian soldier provides a rare glimpse
Rare pictures: This is what Jerusalem looked like 150 years ago
These historical photographs documenting Jewish communities in Libya now appear more life-like than ever.
In 1969 photographer Yael Rozen happened to be in New York City just in time for the Israeli Independence Day parade. View the photos from the joyous event in the Big Apple.
The then-revolutionary photochrom method gave the world its first color pictures — based on the imagination of the employee working the printing plates.
Human bones and broken tombstones were used as building materials, desecrating 500 years of Jewish history and half a million gravestones.
It was 1937 and publisher Salman Schocken was looking for an original gift for his friends. The result: 40 spectacular photographs capturing the cities and landscapes from the skies.
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