If the past few weeks are any guide, it looks like the open feud between Jerusalem and Washington is over
And other questions we never thought we’d ask
Plus more arrests are made in Toulouse shooting
Plus Jerry Finkelstein, icon of New York high society and politics, dies at 96
Plus the return of Tzipi and Mile End gets chippy
Israelis are pessimistic, Iranians were involved
A ceasefire may be imminent, but the fallout is just beginning. What’s next for Iran, Egypt, and the U.S.
An Israeli journalist worries about a life of uncertainty for his young son
The ambassador talks Operation Pillar of Defense, ‘monumental threats’
The general was one of few who understood that Iran was at war with the U.S., and no bargain could be struck
Ethnic minorities, backed by neighboring Arab countries, are ramping up assaults against the regime in Tehran
The news comes days after Valerie Jarrett was said to be involved in Iran negotiations
World’s most prestigious book fair also features anti-Semitic books
In this report from the future, the U.S. pulls out of the Gulf as the Saudis cozy up to Avigdor Lieberman
Plus Sheldon Adelson makes his case
The Republican’s vision—based on choice and dignity, not dependence—is why Jews should support him
And everything that’s wrong with the American discourse on Israel
Plus a look at foreign policy political ads
Plus ‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ Are Read Aloud in Greek Parliament
Israel and Iran featured in a foreign policy debate with little substance
Plus a farewell to Paul Kurtz
What’s known and unknown about bilateral talks with Iran
Today’s bombing likely to have big implications for Lebanon
Plus a plan to legalize the settlements in the West Bank?
The murders in Benghazi are the latest in a string of attacks on American diplomats to go unanswered by the U.S.
Plus Franz Kafka’s unpublished work will go to Jerusalem
It’s time to admit that banning Mein Kampf while allowing anti-Islam cartoons is a double-standard
Plus Sherman v. Berman: a rumble of the Jews?
Saudi Arabia, China, and Iran ban books. Why are they being honored on the European book-fair circuit?
Or perhaps proof of why we need more Jewish holidays