Israeli farmer living near Gaza prepares 35,000 free pita sandwiches each day for soldiers on the frontlines. A Haifa butcher supplies the meat.
Eric Sirkin says there is no reason Israeli companies can’t be large and multinational. It just requires a shift of mentality, he says.
Chutzpah, resilience and out of the box thinking led this former Check Point architect into energy-generating windows and disruptive cyber solutions.
Keeping fragile newborns in Ashkelon safe under bombardment from Gaza is no easy matter.
Whatever you’re into, this Israeli product anticipates your needs based on the time, where you are and what you’re doing.
Intermittent terrorism and wars since before the founding of the state of Israel have bred a culture of caring second to none.
ISRAEL21c talks to two Israelis who are building symbolic bridges with surfboards, sharing their passion with like-minded Arabs.
While her hometown is under constant missile attack from Gaza, pediatric ICU head nurse Irena Nosel cares for critically ill Gazans in Israeli hospital.
He thought of becoming an architect, but women all over the world are delighted that Ronen Chen went into fashion design instead.