And is that Job on first?
And is that why a top cleric met with Jewish leaders in New York earlier this month?
Asim Abu Shakra, not well-known in America, was one of the most significant artists in Israel’s history
Abrupt decision comes in wake of sharp rebukes, bafflement, and concern about politicization of Shoah memory
An Israeli drone manufacturer performed a “live demonstration” in the middle of a conflict zone
Gives another grant to Jewish Voice for Peace, the most visible American advocates of discriminating against the Jewish State
The Dead’s frontman would have turned 75 today. His Jewish followers are undying.
Israel’s northern border has been quiet, but the upheaval in Syria may spiral into another show-down with Hezbollah
Why a curious lyric on Hova’s new album is not controversial
Rockefeller Brothers Fund President Explains BDS to His Trustees: It’s About “Justice, Dignity, and Security”
Read Stephen Heintz’s memo to the RBF staff regarding Tablet’s story
The Democratic donor is supporting the Taylor Force Act, a Republican-led effort to prevent American taxpayer money from incentivizing Palestinian terrorism
Set to perform in July in Tel Aviv, the Radiohead frontman gave an impassioned, profanity-laced interview to Rolling Stone, calling supporters of a boycott against Israel ‘mind-boggling’
For 18 years a fan has used the longest-running animated TV show in history to count the Omer, documenting its Jewish gags in the process
Liviu Librescu’s heroics remain an inspiration 10 years after the massacre at Blacksburg
On Wednesday, hundreds of staff at 50 official outposts protested low wages and didn’t show up to work