Israel’s Female Soldiers Face Military Inspection

Israel’s military has convened its first international conference to highlight women’s integration in the last 60 years. But most Israeli combat roles are off limits and activists say there is still room for progress in tackling “inbuilt chauvinism.”

Ova Donations Spur Ethical Debate in Israel

As donated eggs run low for infertile couples in Israel, a push is on to widen the ranks of possible donors. But one of the country’s oldest women’s rights groups fears the possibility of financial exploitation and wants tighter oversight.