The joint Israeli-American mission aims to treat thousands of residents at Kakuma Refugee Camp, some of whom have never before received dental care.
LGBT activists blocked traffic on King George Street, one of Tel Aviv's main thoroughfares, and demonstrated in front of the city's Likud party headquarters in protest against a string of proposed laws that the activists claim discriminate against gays, lesbians, and transgender individuals, Israeli media reported Monday.
BrainQ is developing noninvasive personalized electromagnetic treatment for people with neuromuscular conditions after stroke or spinal-cord injury.
Gal Lusky, a founder and leader of the relief organization Israeli Flying Aid, is speaking to me by phone from Israel. She has been working covertly—and audaciously—to support displaced civilians in southwest and northern Syria since the beginning of the insurgency against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, in April, 2011.
Israeli startup is starting its first deployments in Europe. The technology puts a very modern spin on the old-fashioned flywheel.
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EPISODE 33: Murielle Cohen on Street Art, Tel Aviv, and outsmarting the police.
Tel Aviv street artist Murielle Cohen, joins us for a lively chat about her art, her connection to Israel, and her hilarious encounters with the police in Tel Aviv. Murielle recently joined israel360 for a live event in Boston where she led a group of young adults in creating murals of Israel's Zionist pioneers