This Tisha B’Av, I tried a new tradition: buying strangers lunch
Ray Allen visits Poland, bickers with Internet trolls, and comes back with profound insights about the human condition
Israel’s Founding Father chastised his colleagues for using language he perceived as disrespectful to women. In 1953.
Snoopy, she ain’t: Meet Kaya Netanyahu, the Prime Minister’s mouthy mutt who brought the Knesset back from summer vacation for a special urgent vote
Want to decipher the presidential adviser’s thinking on Israel and Palestine? Better call in Jay-Z, Biggie, and Nas.
Finding God, and a gorgeous candle holder, on Broadway
Because nothing says ‘Destruction of the Temple’ like a pink satin bra
A black actor taking over from a Jew is progress; the other way around is racism.
Empty, symbolic gestures is how you do bad performance art; it’s not how you educate children.
Speaking to Esquire in 1983, the great actor had some choice things to say about the Jews
The trailer for the show’s fourth season, released today, shows the Pfeffermans visiting the Holy Land, get pushed around by haredi men, and whine in all-new locations
And that’s probably because it reads The New York Times and the Guardian
The latest campaign against Israel has all the hallmarks of an Islamic Republic operation
Recalling their cousin’s kindness, her relatives are asking for help in making sure the newly widowed mother of five is well cared for
This Friday in California, two Imams called on Allah to smite the Jews. This hate must end.
As another Jew sweeps the game’s world series this year, a look back at a forgotten and troubled champion
Simple security measures forbidden in Jerusalem are cool in Teheran, Damascus, and Cairo.
The ghoulish calculus of Abbas’s pay-for-slay program
Violating international law, Jordanian officials demand to investigate an Israeli security official who shot and killed a terrorist in self-defense
Amir Fryszer Guttman’s life was a roller-coaster of personal struggle and public advocacy
The terrorist’s family will now enjoy a generous monthly stipend, courtesy of American tax-payers
The American master of horror and the Yiddish writer have a surprising amount in common, including a disdain for humanism and its platitudes
How the Noble Sanctuary, sacred to Jews and Christians as the Temple Mount, was transformed into a megaphone for bigotry, murder, and genocide
Playing its longest concert in 11 years, the band shuts down the BDS bullies with a gorgeous rendition of ‘Karma Police’
The organization again puts politics above principle
The movie, featuring yet more Israeli wonder women, crossed the $1 million mark at the American box office this week
Hint: it involves blaming the Jews
Refusing to succumb to BDS, the band rocks HaYarkon Park
Another so-called social justice movement, another case of hating Jews
Among the things she stole is the sign prohibiting visitors from stealing