But none of those charged with crimes have actually been apprehended—illustrating the limits of justice when dealing with terrorists
The point of Sept. 11 wasn’t to terrorize the West. It was to get the U.S. out of the Muslim world—and it worked.
Far from being religious ideologues, most settlers say they are apolitical and just want a house and some quiet
As new fields come online, Israel is beefing up its naval assets to fend off threats from Turkey, Lebanon, and Russia
A newly clear aspect of the case reveals evidence of a deeper injustice—which must now be addressed
As defense minister, he presided over disaster in Beirut, and as prime minister, over disengagement, not peacemaking
A stalwart of the right, Sharon was a pragmatist whose mission was to teach Jews how to survive in the Middle East
Many worry it will be window-dressing for politicians who want to be seen remembering the Shoah but ignore today’s anti-Semitism
This week’s protests in Tel Aviv are the fruit of nearly a decade of government indecision about how to handle an influx of strangers
A letter to the president of the Palestinian Authority about peace, love, and self-determination
In fighting a mutual enemy—Sunni militants—with Tehran’s support, the Obama Administration risks alienating Sunni allies
New book documents the break-in that revealed J. Edgar Hoover’s COINTELPRO surveillance, decades before Snowden
Many blame Recep Tayyip Erdogan for rising anti-Semitism, but the legacy of his conspiracy-mongering may outlast his rule
Beijing proved masterful at enabling Pyongyang to expand its program, and did the same for Pakistan. Now it’s Tehran’s turn.