Postcards from JerusalemRead commentary, vignettes and impressions from our month in the Holy Land at the Postcards from Jerusalem blog.
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Life Inside A Refugee Camp
Sixty-five years after the 1948 Arab-Israeli War launched a Palestinian diaspora, many Palestinians still live in overcrowded refugee camps. PLUS VIDEO: Inside a Refugee Camp
Empowering the Incapacitated
The disabled community In Israel is picking up where the government dropped the ball.
Israeli Rock Climbers Fight For Access
Although the rock climbing community in Israel is small, its voice is strong.
The Meeting Point Between Green and Red
Palestinian and Israeli artists work to tear down the barriers that divide residents of Jerusalem.
To Fight or Flee
Violent clashes and imprisonment are part of everyday life for Palestinians who resist the occupation.
Life in Sderot: ‘Bomb shelters are here to give us a normal life’
In Sderot on the Gaza border, an estimated 10,000 bomb shelters protect residents from the barrage of rockets.
Feminists, Ultra-Orthdox Clash at Western Wall
SLIDESHOW:The Western Wall, usually a site of quiet prayer, becomes a battleground as ultra-Orthdox Jews face off against women seeking egalitarian worship.
Voices of Jerusalem
As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tries to bring Israeli and Palestinian leaders together for peace talks, residents of the divided region share their views on the prospects for a resolution to the conflict.
By Hazal SipahiWomen conscientious objectors in Israel face ostracism and prison time for upholding their beliefs.
By Carly Gutner-DavisIncreased awareness about the nature and benefits of service program has prompted more Arabs to join up.
By Amara McLaughlinEach Friday, members of a Jerusalem synagogue welcome Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and Armenian pilgrims, as well as other Jews, to their homes to share the beauty of Shabbat.
By Emily CohenSLIDESHOW: In the town of Sderot near the Gaza border, rocket attacks are a regular part of life.
By Brandon DesiderioA Jerusalem museum features socio-political art from around the world. But extending the olive branch hasn’t always been easy.
By Maya Ergas ShwayderOwner's wife shares how brewery thrives amidst checkpoints, water shutdowns and other indignities of life in an occupied territory.
By Mallory MoenchLike any observant Jewish man, Simeon Ben-Yochai keeps his head covered – but instead of the traditional kippah, he wears an artist’s beret.
By Mallory MoenchKids growing up on the Gaza-Israel border amid bomb shelters and rocket fire don't want to leave home.