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
‘Risalat New York,’ the Arab world’s only non-Israeli Jewish-hosted radio show, offers perspective from Brooklyn
Thanks to outside forces waging a proxy battle in Syria, 2013 has become a year of attrition rather than endgames
And half of Millennials who identify as Jews come from mixed families—a story of retention, not assimilation
A tour of the cemeteries maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission reveals oases of calm—but few living visitors
The prospect of an independent Kurdistan raises the possibility of renewing an alliance in Iran’s backyard
Originally the brainchild of an American Jew and an Arab Israeli, now a model for a small but growing educational trend
Supporting Israel requires American evangelical Christians to square their theological beliefs with the modern Jewish state. Can they?
Yuval Steinitz, a philosopher-turned-politician and former peace activist, is Netanyahu’s point person on Iran
For decades, shared interests kept all three players in a mutually beneficial relationship, but its end might not be such a bad thing
Tonight, Coach Marc Trestman faces his first test as he sends his players to face the rival Green Bay Packers
Two decades ago, Jewish leaders in Borough Park and Williamsburg built a new constituency. Can Muslims do the same?