Zvi Yehezkeli’s work is a riveting and often terrifying look into a continent in flux
If we want our cross-cultural excursions to mean anything, in the kitchen and beyond, we must acknowledge the existence of boundaries before we cross them. And calling a pudding ‘hummus’ is a boundary that shouldn’t be crossed.
The Man of Steel has distinctly Semitic roots, and the celebrated comic book artist about to reimagine him wants to honor them. But just what does that mean in 2018?
Is it any wonder that the man who made a hero out of the murderous Guevara now idolizes yet one more advocate of violence?
A new lecture series by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik offers unexpected insights into the Jewish ideas that influenced America’s founders
Life imitates art on ‘Shababnikim,’ Israeli TV’s runaway hit show
Radicals say the darndest things
Now there’s a word for it…
Love of men, love of women, love of God, love of sex: It all sounds better in Lashon HaKodesh
Experts see no way to alleviate the economic crisis. Except, you know, not spending billions of dollars on trying to murder Jews.
Browsing El Al’s in-flight entertainment? You’re in for a lesson in geography.
“Have they no decency?” asks David Friedman after the newspaper publishes a critical column about a young rabbi murdered by Palestinian terrorists
Switzerland, too, is toughening its stance on Eritreans—and no one is calling it a Gestapo state
Lawrence Wilkerson is a running sewer of conspiratorial insanity about Jews and Israel. Why is he being published in the paper of record?
Alright, technically she’ll be the second. But still!
In life and on screen, Frasier’s TV dad was a real mensch
What to make of all the God talk on display last night?
Is now eligible to thousands of dollars per month from the Palestinian Authority’s Pay-for-Slay program
The decision will entitle approximately 25,000 to a payment of $3,184 each
Is the Big Apple ready for the Big Pita?
“If I’m in a position where I don’t want people to know we’re a Jewish family, then I’m in the wrong country”
Today is Ephraim Kishon’s yahrzeit. He deserves to be remembered as one of the greats.
Another reminder that we need our man now more than ever
In a now-viral tape, the prime minister’s wife was caught singing—or screaming—her own praises
We need a little rowdy tribalism
What’s the secret to a perfect kugel? And why do some Jews eat four different kinds of kugel on Purim? A short film about long-standing culinary traditions.
In an effort to curb Oren Hazan, the Knesset doubles down on protocol
How the General Manager learned to do teshuva and win games
Loved in Nazareth Illit, Shunned by MuslimGirl: Just another week for Wonder Woman
See Alan Dershowitz’s anti-Semitic brother, Natalie Portman as a dude, and a very surprising presidential cameo from Larry David.