What makes Berlin a ground to promote peace? Local initiatives have grown in the past year to bring Israelis, Iranians and Palestinians together - from afar.
The story of asylum seekers in Israel held in the so-called "open" detention facility of "Holot", is now in the spotlight of a new theatrical company, comprised of both migrants and Israeli actors.
Dozens of Eritreans protested in front of their country's embassy in Israel Monday, calling on their government to take responsibility over its people and acknowledge the rising death toll of those fleeing the African country.
Alternative Judaism conversion programs are acknowledged by the State of Israel but not by the Chief Rabbinate which controls marriage and divorce. As a result, thousands who consider themselves Jews, feel left out.
A new policy will allow Israel's Immigration Authority to deport asylum seekers from Eritrea and Sudan to third countries in Africa, even without their consent.
The Shuafat refugee camp is the only one of its kind within the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem. Cut off from the city by the separation barrier, it's been the source of a number of terror attacks over the last year and a half.
Tens of thousands in East Jerusalem are going dry for over 4 months, as authorities trade blame for the sudden shortage of water. The lack of basic infrastructure has pushed the residents to file a high court petition, as they await in despair for a solution.
In Israel 2014, racial incidents and discrimination are still part of the system when it comes to minority groups. I24news correspondent Shachar Peled spoke with Israeli-Ethiopians who continue to suffer, almost on a daily basis.
For years a close bond strengthened between Israel and the Druze community, but many in the ethnic minority feel they will never be treated as equals in the Jewish State.
Ongoing protest of African migrants in Israel. Rallying in Tel Aviv, they are seeking the attention of the international community against Israel's refusal to address their asylum requests.