How last month’s attacks in Nairobi, a reminder of the Mumbai siege, may bring them even closer together
Zvi Zamir and Eli Zeira reckon with history in Tel Aviv after four decades of feuding over the surprise attack
For decades, Tottenham Spurs fans have used the slur as a badge of pride. Now the Football Association wants them to stop.
Come January, the state will have looser standards than Holland, but the goal is setting an example for the rest of the U.S.
A father reflects on his own efforts to stay close to his children after deciding to live a secular life
Are the government’s tight standards in pursuit of medals deferring qualified Jewish athletes’ sporting dreams?
In his new book, ‘Like Dreamers,’ Yossi Klein Halevi chronicles the clash of Utopian visions that followed the Six Day War
His thoughts on Jewish strength, Jewish weakness, and the secret history of the Judeo-Episcopate in America
As Washington looks for a diplomatic solution with Iran, Israel’s American-born interlocutor translates for Jerusalem
As the annual General Assembly opens this week, Ron Prosor deploys wit as a stealth diplomatic weapon
With no good options on the horizon, Jerusalem and Amman are on a collision course over the Palestinian issue
Obama says his Syria move sent Tehran a message on nukes, but the mullahs have Washington cornered
Ian Lustick imagines a liberal utopia, contra Peter Beinart, who says Jews must listen to Palestinians even if we can’t agree
Observing biblical injunctions regarding the Israelites, a new evangelical group throws a festival in the world’s second Jewish capital
Seventy years ago, two marketing geniuses harnessed the power of mass media to bring Jews into the American mainstream