Thanks to the Internet, Jerusalem seems closer than ever—but thanks to her government’s policy, remains out of reach
Innocent people shouldn’t fear walking down the street, whatever their faith—and everyone must push back against the madness
The lingering effects of his massive Ponzi scheme on a century-old youth group, a Boston philanthropist, and small investors
The country and the world came to a standstill then. Can his death inspire a similar momentum for change?
Long seen as allies of the Jewish state, Bedouins may be embracing their neighbors’ identity—as a way of expressing their own
By building a new center-left coalition, Labor’s new leader has an opportunity to play kingmaker and restore his party’s influence
A new book chronicles the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem, who left Chicago four decades ago and never looked back
The much-deplored ‘escape of the brains’ has actually brought closer ties with Silicon Valley, India, and even Taiwan
The murder of Shafik Kabha raises questions about the rampant violence in the Israeli Arab community
With a new biopic commemorating his long struggle against apartheid, remembering the children of European refugees who helped
Last week’s protest at a Buenos Aires Kristallnacht commemoration was a display of denial—and ignorance
Gen. Sisi holds de facto power but with elections looming must now decide whether to legitimize his rule with a presidential run
In Washington, the president and his allies are using the nuclear issue to drive a wedge between Israel and its U.S. interlocutors
In his new book, Israeli journalist Ari Shavit argues that without Israel, secular Jewish life will vanish. Six American Jews reply.
But in December 1963, the new president made up the date, honoring a long Jewish friendship