As a Jew of Color, I Back Black Lives Matter But Not Its Approach to Israel, Which Erases Jewish Experience
It would be easy to subsume one of my identities to serve the other, but I choose instead to build bridges
The Republican candidate is performing so poorly in the polls that his belated Israel outreach isn’t likely to have much of an impact
Ayoob Kara advocates for a combination of Israeli military deterrence and economic fortitude to sway Arab neighbors
Michal Baror, Tamar Nissim, and Maya Zack go digging in archives
A new law passed Tuesday exempts some Haredi elementary schools from teaching math, science, and English while remaining eligible for government funding
Another day, another ridiculous opinion piece in the paper of record
Eliaz Cohen believes one way to break the one-state/two-state dichotomy might be to combine them, in an attempt to avoid ‘righting a wrong’ by creating another wrong
Contrasting platform language about BDS, Palestinian statehood, and ‘occupation’ presents a picture of two parties drifting apart on matters relating to the Jewish state
The Knesset passed a law on Monday requiring local NGOs that receive more than half of their funding from foreign governments to disclose this information
Dispatch from the border, 10 years after the outbreak of the Second Lebanon War. How long until the next war—inevitably—begins?
A new Habima theater adaptation of David Grossman’s award-winning but deeply pessimistic novel puts the Jewish State on a treadmill to outrun history
For two years, Pini Gorelick has been leading private tours of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox neighborhood, including Thurday night’s ‘cholent scene’
A draft text of the Democratic party’s platform on Israel sets forth a ‘parallel acknowledgement of Israeli and Palestinian rights.’ But it doesn’t go as far as some would have liked.
Israel’s ‘king of comedy’ takes you on a guided tour of the country’s best satires and sketches
Next up? The Olympics in Rio.
Following an Israeli news report that 88 percent of Israel’s female lawmakers experienced harassment, MKs who told their stories hope they sent an empowering message to women
Israel’s envoy to the UN makes history as he will chair the UN’s Sixth Committee, which interprets legal questions in the General Assembly
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu visited Moscow this week, where he met with Vladimir Putin to discuss the conflict in Syria and receive a once-captured IDF tank
The battle for an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall continues, as Lesley Sachs was arrested in Jerusalem Tuesday
The Nobel prize-winning author called the Jerusalem mayor a ‘phenomenal personality, schemer, finagler, and arranger’ who ‘towers over most of the political figures I have known.’
After entering the contest as a joke, PingPong was disavowed by Israeli authorities after a controversial performance