Daniel Gordis examines the legacy of the Israeli statesman who fled the Holocaust, fought the Mandate, and made peace with Egypt
Residents in gentrifying areas will get units in luxury buildings. Activists say that won’t stop the cost of living from pushing them out.
Carter thought he was a psycho, but the man the British called ‘Terrorist No. 1’ proved himself to be a canny negotiator
Bibi objected when Kerry warned about the costs of failing to make a peace deal, but business leaders hope he’ll listen
The Arab Spring was an opportunity to discard anti-Semitism adopted from colonialists. Instead, it’s gotten worse.
After the 2010 Hamas hit, Lt. Dhahi Khalfan Tamim denounced Mossad—but said it was his duty to warn of terror plots in Tel Aviv
Marijuana smokers lament a ‘drug drought,’ but now enterprising Israelis—including settlers—are stepping in to meet demand
Jerusalem is a holy city for three major religions, so why should any earthly power claim sovereignty there?
Touring the Holy City with the garbage collectors is a reminder that it’s also a place where people go about their day-to-day lives
Netanyahu’s ex-national security adviser says Abbas has a choice between Israeli troops on the Jordan River—or no state at all
Labor’s new leader wants to mend ties with Washington, and he’s looking at Obama and de Blasio for inspiration
Officials have a plan for recognizing French qualifications—to stop new arrivals from heading back to Europe
But none of those charged with crimes have actually been apprehended—illustrating the limits of justice when dealing with terrorists
The point of Sept. 11 wasn’t to terrorize the West. It was to get the U.S. out of the Muslim world—and it worked.
Far from being religious ideologues, most settlers say they are apolitical and just want a house and some quiet