A first for Israel during the Syrian civil war, which rages on
With millions of dollars earmarked for their care, how is it possible that even in Israel some Shoah victims are living and dying with indignity?
Israel’s Interior Ministry is not allowing a cohort of nine Venezuelan Jewish converts to make aliyah, claiming their engagement in the dwindling Jewish community has not been sufficient
Yoram Raanan lost 2,000 works of art when his Beit Meir studio went up in flames. But he’s ‘looking at the positive’—and the Talmud—for peace of mind.
An Israeli guerrilla artist wowed Tel Avivians by erecting a golden statue of Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, leading Israel’s left and right into public disagreement
Burger King Israel gets festive with its hamburger-donut sandwich, for adventurous folks who enjoy a bit of sweetness with their pain and suffering. And we’re kinda diggin’ it.
Ontario’s legislature passed a motion rejecting the BDS campaign against Israel, becoming the first Canadian province to do so
How municipal Palestinian elections backfired on Mahmoud Abbas
The departure of Russia, South Africa, and others from the supra-national body could have serious implications for Israel and the world
Sixty years after the Suez Crisis, two new histories of the Egypt-Israel conflict try to garner lessons on the Mideast and American power in a changing world
An IDF soldier shoots a wounded Palestinian terrorist in Hebron, and is detained and tried. His guilt or innocence will reveal how Israel—after five decades of military control—is dealing with its society becoming more intolerant, more dangerous, and more violent.
The Republican looks to Tehran, while the Democrat defends Israel