Lauren Gelfond Feldinger

Street art

Where the street artists have no name: Haifa art collective teams up with U2 on music video

Broken Fingaz, who have never revealed their identities, turn more political following the 50th anniversary of Israel’s 1967 war and occupation

Middle East

Muslim leaders across the Middle East work with Israeli rabbis to keep the peace

Interfaith network says that its efforts are more difficult—and urgent—since President Trump’s declaration on Jerusalem’s status


Unesco: the view from Israelis and Palestinians

How disparate approaches to international law play out at the organisation


West Bank heritage site must be more inclusive, says Israeli high court

The ruling, which stipulates that all histories and religions be taken into account, could be a landmark decision


Gallery refuses eviction after hosting Israeli veterans’ group

Jerusalem gallery seems to fail culture minister’s “loyalty test”


Jerusalem gallery faces eviction for hosting Israeli veterans’ group


Israelis and Palestinians in struggle to save last historic Arab village of Lifta

After surveying the site near Jerusalem, a government agency is now free to redevelop it into a luxury Jewish enclave


Israel can hide archaeological activity in West Bank, court rules

The decision, which allows secret digs, raises serious questions about transparency