A Botox treatment at a Jerusalem salon. Photo by Uri Lenz/FLASH90

Pulse technology may replenish and rejuvenate skin’s collagen without scarring or toxic side effects, say Israeli researchers.

Many kids turned out for the opening of Bakehila’s learning-and-enrichment center in the Arab neighborhood of Beit Safafa.

Since 2002, Bakehila (In the Community) has helped more than 25,000 poor Jerusalem residents to be self-sustaining contributors to their communities.

The owners installed trap doors over the mikvah opening. Photo by Assaf Peretz, courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority.

Jerusalem family finds ancient ritual bath during home renovations in Ein Kerem.

Image via Shutterstock.

Kibbutz Tirat Zvi is one of the world’s top 10 hottest places to live. ISRAEL21c talked to residents to find out how they handle the heat.

Photo by Cindy Azoulay/Jerusalem municipality
1,000 parasols shade a Jerusalem street

The Umbrellas Street Project is adorning Yoel Moshe Solomon Street in the historic Nachalat Shiva district all summer, though October 5.

1,000 parasols shade a Jerusalem street
Elastic bands and racing boats
Israeli ‘crusaders’ relive Battle of Hattin
50 shades of white
Religion, Tel Aviv-style

Photographer Evyatar Dayan looks at Tel Avivians — secular, religious and otherwise inclined — as they go about their daily routine.

Religion, Tel Aviv-style
Photo of the Week – Samaritan prayers
Full Figured Women In the Frame
Photo of the Week – Take what you need
Haifa Port handover – 1948

At the flag raising, Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion described the final withdrawal of British troops as “one of the greatest days in the State of Israel’s history.”

Haifa Port handover – 1948
Tmol-Shilshom – 21 Years Young
Bus Stops Keep On Moving
Songs of the First Lebanon War
Israel in Video

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