The organization Zikaron Basalon helps facilitate tributes to the Shoah through song, testimony, and discussion
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel tells us how the word ‘sho’a’ is being used in a number of contexts
The supermodel’s swimsuit ad for an Israeli clothing company was recently deemed too racy for prime time TV
A group of Israeli college students are using social media to bolster Israel’s image, to make it, er, yummier
Inspired by the educational process in Israel, Liore Alroy, a businessman from New Jersey, has created a immersive playgroup for toddlers to help them learn Hebrew
A controversial motion at the U.S. Universities Debating Championship in Atlanta sparked walkouts and, apparently, tears
Why did Likud invite Heinz-Christian Strache, who has been accused of anti-Semitism in the past?
One photographer asks, can architecture create a better society?
Saudi Arabia, one of most powerful militaristic countries in the Middle East, now controls the Strait of Tiran, Israel’s outlet to the Red Sea. It’s significant that Israel doesn’t seem to be concerned.
Dispatch from a meeting of Sephardi leaders with the Palestinian President
Contrary to the fulminations of the radical anti-Zionist left and hawkish pro-Israel right, Sanders’s mistake had nothing to do with his being anti-Israel, and everything to do with his not knowing much about foreign policy
Repeatedly asked to uphold value systems they no longer share, Diaspora Jewry may soon hit unsubscribe
Few details are known about the covert operation, which successfully led 19 Yemeni Jews to Israel. One of them, a rabbi, brought a 500-year-old Torah scroll with him.
For one of the founding practitioners of Israel’s cross-dressing performance art—chased out to Tel Aviv by ultra-Orthodox antipathy—Purim is just another day to do battle for her right to be her
OK, fine, it’s Sidney Blumenthal
Already morally vile, the movement is now legally questionable as well
Important amendments have been made to a ninth-grade textbook—including the diminished role of Hosni Mubarak during the Yom Kippur war—as part of a wider effort by the Egyptian Education Ministry to change curricula