Frontline’s documentary about Bibi was strange and surreal, just like the foreign policy questions with which it grappled
Forget that so-called banned book; the real problem with Israeli education goes much deeper
I don’t know why I chose to observe the ancient ritual, but sometimes to know, you must first do
In an Israeli restaurant in Philadelphia, an epiphany about Jews, food, and history
Gut-check inspiration from a midnight first showing of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’
European money raises concerns, inspires cheap incitement
His name is Roman. He hates his mother. And he’s a viral video comedy sensation.
Her Majesty’s finest finally spotted the real threat: Jews
In curbing the rise of an extremist, the Knesset taught a valuable lesson in democratic self-defense
It’s the perfect toy for the kid who has everything (except an aversion to murder)
Might we interest the Secretary of State in this lovely terror tree?
The San Bernardino shooter’s father teaches us a painful lesson about unchecked bigotry
Sci-Tech, an educational network in Israel developed with the IDF, now teaches Singularity classes to foster technological innovation
The Israeli prime minister’s office, like the 007 franchise, could use a reboot
Uptown, Columbia kids are equating Israel with campus rape
A former Cambridge professor and horse domestication expert snubbed a young Israeli girl emailing about school project
The Brussels Jewish Museum shooter was connected to the mastermind of the Paris attacks. Meir Kahane’s assassin was funded by Bin Laden. Let’s start connecting the dots.
Just weeks after losing her loved ones, Sarah Tehiya Litman delivers a lesson in true grit
This holiday season, let us give thanks to ‘the angel of peace’
ISIS offers its recruits a vision of wild and violent abandon. To eradicate it, we need not only better guns but also better ideas.
The car rental giant, accused of apparent anti-Israeli bias, is now invoking a clause of which none of its employees (except one) seem to be aware
The customer is sometimes right
Israeli novelist Orly Castel-Bloom’s latest book, her best yet, is a darkly funny tale of coming to terms with despair
Don’t dismiss the petulant students at Yale and elsewhere
—they’re here to tell us what we should’ve known a long time ago: American academia is beyond salvation
What happened in Paris is war, and the only way to fight it is with firearms
The right-wing’s rising young female political superstar is unapologetic about Orthodox conversions, Palestinian violence, and J Street’s duplicity
Demand that the University of Minnesota enforce its own rules against the bigots who shouted down a renowned Israeli ethicist. It will help save lives.
Professor Noah Feldman will direct the new academic initiative
A new documentary traces the history of Israeli comics
In a tense moment on a bus, an Israeli soldier reacts by reaching for her smartphone