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One expert says experience with conflict could be a shaping force in defining Israel as the new clean-tech global leader.

An injured Israeli soldier is evacuated by helicopter from near the Israeli border with Gaza Strip on July 21, following heavy fighting. Photo by Flash90.

TopClosure, invented by an Israeli plastic surgeon, allows for quickly and temporarily closing skin over an open wound in an emergency setting.

A nurse cares for a newborn in a shelter at Barzilai as a warning siren sounds for possible incoming rockets in Asheklon. Photo by Uri Lenz/FLASH90

Keeping fragile newborns safe under bombardment from Gaza is no easy matter.

Employees at the Azrieli Center in Tel Aviv go to the stairs to take shelter.

Despite tension and worry, Israelis use their creativity and out-of-the-box thinking not only to endure the trauma but to rise above it.

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Photo finish for Musrara photo-therapy grads

Graduates of a unique program in photographic art therapy at the Naggar School of Photography in Musrara, Jerusalem explore intimate, sometimes difficult topics.

Photo finish for Musrara photo-therapy grads
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Brutalism’s Beer Sheva Comeback
Photo of the Week – Wedding under fire
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Rubi Rivlin: Israel’s Jerusalem-grown president

There many aspects to Israel’s new President Reuven “Rubi” Rivlin that make him the Israeli everyman, including his 1950s upbringing in the once small town known as Jerusalem.

Rubi Rivlin: Israel’s Jerusalem-grown president
Jerusalem’s Medical Tradition
Every Home a Shelter
Treasures in the Walls of Old Acre