Israeli cuisine is the all the rage in New York these days. But it’s missing one key ingredient: nationalism.
Two young Americans were murdered by crazies. Why were their families forced to stay silent?
Nechi Nech, Hebrew’s greatest hip-hop star, releases new masterful album
The silence is deafening
The language of the Bible just got stupider, courtesy of Facebook commenters (and the Academy of the Hebrew Language)
The future of American liberalism is hurt when institutions like The New York Times rely on toxic logic to connect the dots in the Alexandria shooting
A recent statement by the head of the Red Crescent Society illustrates why Israel’s enemies lie—and why governments and news organizations are so quick to believe them
Yes, says a Haaretz writer. Sgt. Pepper, apparently, is to blame for the Six-Day War.
A new anthology, edited by Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon, inadvertently and correctly argues that coexistence between Israelis and Palestinians is an illusion.
‘I know a rat when I see one,’ said Love, referring to Sarsour’s fundraising tactics
Why have so many Jewish leaders put their weight behind an activist whose separatist rhetoric is cloaked in the flaccid language of human rights?
One’s a little bit silly, the other a lot like the Talmud
How the late Roger Moore’s first wife ended up in a small Israeli town
Saying goodbye to a channel that embodied the Founding Fathers’ authoritarian, socialist beliefs
Academics find Israel’s national anthem too offensive for graduation
‘The Women’s Balcony’ is the rare film that gets the joys of faith just right
Marwan Barghouti declares hunger strike, caught clandestinely noshing in his cell
The campaign against Trump’s adviser teaches us why we should never, ever flatten our history to score cheap political points
Israel must stop provoking Palestinian violence by welcoming cancer patients, pursuing peace initiatives
To deal with the PC crazies on college campuses, and to heal the rifts between red and blue America, just make military service mandatory
A defender of civil rights gets roped into a partisan attack on a public servant
There’s another reading of the Exodus story, and it has much to teach us about might and right