How municipal Palestinian elections backfired on Mahmoud Abbas
After being shunned from covering a Students for Justice in Palestine conference, I attended a ‘counter event,’ showing that pro-Israel organizations have the grit to fight back
Unless we change the award’s silly criteria, there’s a good case to be made for the Israeli prime minister’s significant contribution to regional stability
Is it possible to write a book about Israel where conflict is not the fulcrum of the Jewish state’s history?
Why J Street’s push to revoke tax exemptions for groups supporting Jewish communities in the West Bank is unconstitutional
The activists on board are no peaceful bunch
Three weeks ago, Shimon Peres sat for what he intended to be a Rosh Hashanah-timed discussion about the state of the world. It was also his final one.
School can bring on a lot of emotions and uncomfortable experiences. It can also be one heck of a good time. So we’ve put together a series of articles to let students know they are not alone.
A legal view into Netanyahu’s ‘ethnic cleansing’ speech
Campus Week: Shouting trendy slogans is just noise; building communities is an act of love
Campus Week: Let college do its job: Challenge your own loyalties, assumptions, and biases
Reuters Jerusalem reporter Dan Williams’s impressive debut novel from 2014 combines an insider’s edge with a page-turner’s plot
A veteran of anti-occupation activism speaks out on what it means to be Jewish and fight oppression—both of others and of Jews
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
Returning to the scene of last year’s hate-motivated stabbing, as the Holy City again celebrates all forms of sexuality and gender
Do NGOs that work in and around Israel use their volunteers for propaganda?
When a movement devolves into a death cult, it’s time to rethink our assumptions
The Obama Administration shifts away from the bilateral model that has characterized American brokerage of the process since the 1990s
Steeped in constant anxiety, Israeli leaders, left and right, offer no real vision for the future
A 90-year-old Catholic is the author of numerous textbooks and dictionaries on the colloquial dialect of the Palestinians
Dispatch from a meeting of Sephardi leaders with the Palestinian President
Let’s make a deal
Drawing the line on borderlines
Last year, two Palestinians shot and stabbed passengers on a public bus in Jerusalem. One of the terrorists was killed, and his father wants his body returned. So he’s turned to three MKs for help.
Drawn together by grief, Israelis and Palestinians who have lost family members in the conflict strive for open dialogue rather than revenge
The defense attorney says he works to protect the law and due process in Israel, not the violent ideology of his clients
Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer’s speech at the Ebenezer Baptist Church
What we can learn about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from how each side’s extremists valorize violence—and how their leaders respond
Dispatch from Hebron: A longstanding security policy is aimed at avoiding violence after funerals, but its punitive nature is having little effect
‘I believe the state of Israel may not survive. That its days are numbered. I can hardly bear to say it.’