The Alef Bet of Hebrew Hip Hop: Kwami de la Fox
As many as 7,000 Egyptians live in the Jewish State, including one former Arab Miss Israel. Suspected by Cairo of being spies, they’re fighting for their rights.
The Palestinian president wished the North Korean dictator “health and happiness,” which are two things the millions of North Koreans starving to death or tortured in Kim’s camps don’t enjoy
Love great music? Love worrying? Do we have an album for you…
Just compare what the neo-Nazis said in Charlottesville to what Trump said in response
Rokhl’s Golden City: A day in Coney Island
Why are the rabbis who were so vocal about the Iran deal so quiet when Americans are attacked on the streets by Nazis?
To make Chess great again, one international organization is trying a radically new sponsorship program
Arrests five journalists, shuts down 30 news websites as new law prohibits criticism of “the social fabric”
The cheesy American snack is opening a fancy pop-up eatery in TriBeCa today, but its Israeli counterpart is better in every way, and here’s the recipe to prove it
That smiley face doesn’t make you look nice; it just makes your colleagues think you’re unprofessional.
Bradley fighting vehicles, M4 rifles among the American goods that will soon make their way to Lebanon, free of charge
How did Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s July visit with Benjamin Netanyahu fit into the last quarter-century of Indo-Israeli relations?
How should Jews respond to the rise of the alt-right? A dive into the Tablet archives comes back with startling insights.
Profiles in bigotry and hate from the Tablet archives
Who are the movement’s ideological forefathers? And what can they teach us about its present and, more importantly, its future? A dive into Tablet’s archives offers troubling insights.
For a century, locally made Armenian pottery has brought together the holy city’s major religions in a uniquely artistic way
Can Donald Trump be bothered to be president?
An off-track exhibit at the Accademia puts the New York School painter in the company of Titian, Tintoretto, and, weirdly, the Italian Nobel prize-winning poet Eugenio Montale
Zionist marchers waving Star-of-David posters were met with giant red umbrellas designed to block out their message
Former NBA great—and Israeli basketball’s brightest star—slapped with a paternity suit
A short guide to everyone’s favorite Nazi-themed blunder
Baruch Dayan Ha’Emet
For me, learning Hebrew was a way to fit in as a Russian immigrant growing up in Israel. For the kids in my Hebrew school class in California, the language meant something entirely different.