Deborah Rubin Fields

Deborah Rubin Fields writes from Jerusalem, Israel. She lives in a country so steeped in mystery and history that she has even found fossils while walking her dog around the neighborhood. She is author of the tri-lingual (English, Hebrew and Arabic) book Take a Peek Inside: A Child's Guide to Radiology Exams.
Jan 29, 2015
Fifteen years after the rape and murder of high school senior Noa Eyal, a man was arrested on a charge of domestic violence and was forced to provide a DNA sample. A year later, in 2014, that sample led Israeli investigators not to arrest the man, but to charge his son with...
Nov 5, 2012
In 1983, over 100 antique clocks – worth millions of dollars – were stolen from the L.A.MayerMuseum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem. It took 25 years for the clocks to find their way back home. Sometimes it just takes time to solve a crime. by Deborah Rubin Fields Have you ever...