Called OR, it's just the sort of serious and engaged publication you wish you had when you were in college
'The overwhelming majority of Israelis have stood in the young soldier’s boots, and can empathize with the confusion, the fear, and the rage that accompany the fog of war'
As IDF Soldier is Castigated for Shooting a Wounded Terrorist, One Survivor Recalls the Price of Inaction
Eleven years ago, Dror Zicherman obeyed the IDF's open-fire regulations and failed to shoot a terrorism suspect. His decision came at a very heavy price.
New Video Supports Testimony of IDF Soldier Who Killed Wounded Palestinian Attacker, Believing He Was an Imminent Threat
The military drama roiling Israel takes an unexpected turn
Dear Students: Your teachers are dumb. Let us send you some cool, totally authentic-looking Nazi costumes.
OK, fine, it's Sidney Blumenthal
In 1948, Yitzchak Avigdor Orenstein, the Western Wall’s first rabbi, wrote a cry for help to then Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Herzog
Max Beerbohm’s ‘Enoch Soames’ is an ode to those perennially forgotten eccentrics who make civilization possible, and a warning about what happens when they disappear
Sa’adi Ali Abu Hamed hacked his colleague, Tzvika Cohen, with an ax in a Jewish-owned mall in the West Bank last week. They'd shared a cup of coffee two days prior. You should watch the video.
Two seasons in, Israeli TV drama ‘Shtisel’ offers fervently Orthodox viewers a cathartic glimpse into their own community
Already morally vile, the movement is now legally questionable as well
Goldin, the fallen Israeli officer, was kidnapped just hours into an American-brokered ceasefire in 2014. If American credibility in Syria and beyond is to mean anything, Goldin's body must be returned to his family.
In 1974, the show that inspired Scully and Mulder delivered one of the most jarring depictions of anti-Semitic persecution ever broadcast on TV