A close-knit gang of Beitar Jerusalem fans known as ‘La Familia’ ignites the Middle East
Through a portrait of a war vet who loved children, a glimpse of a lost Jewish-American world
Two new biographies attempt to describe the Chabad leader, but can we ever fathom his ultimate aloneness?
A Unit 8200 networking event in Tel Aviv shows why Israel has won and the Arabs have lost
Will Haneen Zoabi’s latest provocation get her kicked out of the Knesset?
A former student remembers the influential scholar and expert in Arab history, who died this week at age 68
By ignoring the honor-shame dynamic in Arab political culture, is the West keeping itself from making headway toward peace?
The TV and radio personality—sister of Barclays Center developer Bruce Ratner—is trying to save the country a goat at a time
In her new memoir, the former Secretary of State is calculating, cautious, and balanced—and that’s what’s wrong
The United States sees an ally in a regime that is too predatory—and too weak—to be a reliable foreign-policy partner
A bold new freight railway bypassing the Suez Canal may annoy Egypt and the United States, but that’s not the goal