Calling President Trump ‘a man of his word,’ Ron DeSantis also sat down with Prime Minister Netanyahu, Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat
The hits, they keep on coming
Britain’s Parliament Debates the Balfour Declaration, Revealing Divides Over Israel in Contemporary Politics
A discussion of the past serves as a proxy for political differences in the present
An intense and ugly fracas unfolded on Tuesday during a planned demonstration at the Western Wall
In a new video published by the Labour Party leader, a question about anti-Semitism is treated like rubbish
This decision ‘represents a denial of the complicity and active participation of many in the policy of extermination, which led to the murder of three million Polish Jews, some 90 percent of the prewar total’
‘Sweeter Than Life’ (‘Metuka MeHachaim’) by ‘Eretz Nehederet’ tells the story of a man who meets a number of women. And a fish.
With a Trumpian message, Israeli mogul turned politician Erel Margalit has joined the race to lead the Labor party and remake the Israeli left
A controversial motion at the U.S. Universities Debating Championship in Atlanta sparked walkouts and, apparently, tears
Prime Minister Netanyahu said Breaking the Silence crossed ‘another red line,’ but the organization is claiming to be the victim of a right-wing witch-hunt
Unearthed by referencing a 1926 catalogue, the scroll is believed to have origins in Yemen. How it made its way to England, however, is a mystery.
Contrary to what you may have heard, the UK government did not pass a law barring BDS. But they did strengthen legal arguments against it.
In Israel, a common language does not mean a common dialogue. And Israelis love to argue. Here’s a linguistic guide to help you traverse those moments.
After Im Tirtzu’s new McCarthyesque campaign was slammed across the Israeli political spectrum, its chairman called it a ‘mistake’
Israel showed that it is well on its way to becoming a debating powerhouse after breaking through against native English-speaking teams
New data from The Jewish Agency reveals that 70 percent of Olim came from France, Russia, and Ukraine in 2015. What does this mean for immigration to Israel in the long run?