A star-studded group published a letter in The Guardian calling for ‘open dialogue’ to bridge Israeli-Palestinian divide
Modern Orthodoxy is at a crossroads. The person chosen to lead its flagship institution will reflect the movement’s direction.
Bassem Tamimi has addressed American third graders on Israel and Palestine. He also shares anti-Semitic propaganda on social media.
You’ll never guess who the Kremlin propaganda network says is pulling Clinton’s strings
Body tells boycotting airliner, ‘We will not tolerate discrimination of any kind in our skies’
The airline will now fly a total of 11 weekly flights between JFK and Tel Aviv
The conservative commentator was upset about how much Israel was referenced during Wednesday’s Republican debate
He donated to a Holocaust denier, likened U.S. military actions to ISIS, and invited 9/11 truthers and advocates of the blood libel to parliament
Is the Ivy League school’s myopic decision reflective of a broader need for more careful accommodations for Jewish students on campus?
A search will commence to replace the first non-rabbi to serve in the school’s top job
You might not know their names, but their influence is felt in every denomination, in every corner of the country
Progressive lawmaker Daylin Leach asks whether body would meet on Christmas
Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski pushes deal over the finish line
Democrats Bob Casey and Chris Coons offer cautious backing to accord
Museum’s effort to combat Poland’s heat is not appreciated by all patrons
‘It’s important to assist people in need whenever you can,’ said the comedian. ‘We don’t see it often enough.’
On-the-ground dispatch details how Gaza’s military forces deliberately endangered their own civilians by using them as ‘living shields’
Two can play the boycott game
Haisam Hassanein grew up surrounded by anti-Israeli stereotypes but found a very different reality when he experienced the country for himself
The organization’s new director, Jonathan Greenblatt, shows he can use his experience of working in the Obama Administration as an asset—without being beholden to his former employers
The administration’s rhetorical offensive—which owes more to Karl Rove than the promised politics of hope—is needlessly dividing its supporters
‘We must free the Torah of Israel from the handcuffs that she has been bound in by people of darkness’
‘The person that committed this sinful act is a criminal in every way, and his intention to kill Jews is something which is terrifying’
The city’s move marks the latest crack in Israel’s Orthodox monopoly