Israeli Flying Aid brings undercover rescue volunteers to countries that don’t have diplomatic relations with Israel or will not accept foreign disaster relief.
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The lead guitarist has come a long way from his days as a ‘kikarist,’ hanging out late at night in Kikar Zion (Zion Square) in Jerusalem.
Michael Matias, 19, developed AnyMeal and founded HackGenY, a coding competition that has taken place in California, Jamaica and soon Israel and India.
Ever since his childhood, Israeli Eldad Hagar has aided suffering animals. Millions of viewers across the globe watch his‘extreme’ rescue videos.
Ruth Polachek, the young head of Citi Accelerator Tel Aviv, says women could make up half of the developers in Israel within the next 10 years.
Musician and master teacher Oxana Yablonskaya will give classes and concerts in her new homeland, while continuing to perform worldwide.
‘I don’t believe in waiting for government officials and people with titles to take responsibility. I believe in regular people taking responsibility for our lives because we really care,’ says Nir Kouris.
Street Capture’s one-off furniture made from graffiti pays homage to Tel Aviv’s old-school craftsmen and young street culture.
The Shuka Team gambles on bringing an ‘eggcellent’ Israeli street food to New York.