The Israeli opposition leader has a very different vision for American and Israeli Jews than the current government
A conversation with the Israeli leader on the cusp of an election that he hopes will restore his center-left political coalition to power and once again put him in charge of Israel’s future
Israeli strikes inside Lebanon together with new U.S. sanctions suggest a significant change in policy toward the terror group
Renaud Camus, whose theory of a ‘great replacement’ is echoed by white nationalists and mass killers, was once a disciple of the literary theorist Roland Barthes
Making sense of a strange phenomenon
In Kyiv, the first meeting between the two world leaders of Jewish descent was short on accomplishments but big on symbolism
Our loyalty to this country is precisely why we fight bigotry
If the ‘maximum pressure’ campaign against Iran seems incompatible with Trump’s isolationist instincts and antiwar rhetoric, that’s because it is
How Trump Bullied Israel Into Punishing His Political Opponents, to the Jewish State’s Great Detriment
Last month, Netanyahu said Israel would allow Congresswomen Omar and Tlaib into the country. But after private pressure and public threats from Trump, he suddenly reversed course. The decision is disastrous for Israel, but great for the American president. And that’s the point.
Eighty years ago, the state tried to take over religious education. What happened next still serves as a blueprint for concerned parents and educators.
What the appointments of young, new executives mean for some of our oldest communal groups
Long before Pepe the Frog endorsed Trump, Japanese internet users created a new, ‘very online’ far-right political style. But why did it reappear decades later in the U.S.?