Having lived their lives under the threat of rockets, young army recruits from the border area carry a burden that is heavier than any army stretcher. Many are too traumatized to even join up and, for those that do, life in uniform often rekindles childhood trauma | Renen Netzer
Open spaces are being eaten up, the coastline is barely accessible and property developers are devouring urban green spaces. Photographer Jonathan Bloom went out into the field to document just some of the eyesores that remind us that profits for the few means losses for the rest of us. Special Project
About five percent of prison inmates in Israel are innocent but the system avoids examining its own mistakes.
Israel’s justice system thrives on admissions of guilt and often uses subterfuge to get suspects to confess.
A special Shomrim project brings you the sounds and voices from the Black protest movement that has already started to bubble over into the Israeli art and culture scenes, inspiring a new generation of proud and conscious women and men. Ten monologues.
They no longer need to use the army, the police, or weapons | Photo gallery: Democracy in Time of Coronavirus | Author: Dov Elbaum
Between Jerusalem and Lod, the Temple Mount and the Gaza Strip, attempted lynchings and barrages of missile fire, photographer Kobi Wolf documented Israel’s most recent war.“Whatever desire there is for co-existence, it appears hidden from view,far from anything we can see.”
Shomrim is proud to present two awards in the framework of “Local Testimony,” the annual photojournalism exhibition, with Oded Balilty winning Shomrim’s Democracy award for his image. Sharina Rosner and Itay Raziel taking home Shomrim’s Award in the field of video.
Cloaked in Trauma, from the Gaza-border to the Yom Kippur War; COVID-19 and the government’s failure to protect Israelis’ society; the massive leak that shook the world’s financial system. One thing on which we can all agree: 2020 was an unforgettable year
How 20 years of terror and neglect have left the emotional resilience of children and parents at breaking point.
From the Yom Kippur war to Gaza and Lebanon wars, Post-traumatic stress can spread through the families of victims.