And why that’s not a good thing
How the day neo-Nazis marched in America—and Anne Frank—made my Israel
Where Germany’s government has failed to protect German Jews from rising anti-Semitism, they have taken steps to defend themselves—efforts that have saved lives
It’s not about celebrities. It’s about us losing trust in each other.
Caroline Fourest’s ‘Sisters in Arms’ arrives just in time for the Ottoman Anschluss against Syrian Kurdistan
Jewish baseball stars for the Astros, Braves, and Dodgers all decide to play on Yom Kippur. They all lose.
Iran’s attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields was a warning to Israel in an escalating regional war
This High Holiday season, remembering how we all got here
‘Sin•a•gogue,’ a new book about sin and failure in Judaism, is precisely the guide we need in these troubled times
An argument for peace, security, and justice
A lesson in ‘mamlachtiyut’
A new book examines ‘The Tyranny of Virtue’ on campus and in the wider woke culture
In his new book, ‘We Stand Divided,’ Daniel Gordis examines the deep roots of the growing rift between American and Israeli Jews
The Arab party made history when it endorsed a Jewish candidate for Israel’s prime minister. Sadly, it is still a haven for terrorism supporters.
How Iran makes war in the Middle East while turning U.S. foreign policy into an extension of partisan American politics
Some of the most brutal and powerful officials in Damascus apparently saw Nir Rosen as a useful instrument. The question is why—and for what?
Five takeaways to ponder as we wait for the game of political Jenga to begin
The Israeli opposition leader has a very different vision for American and Israeli Jews than the current government
The High Holidays fall in the shadow of the first anniversary of the Tree of Life shooting. Here are four things you can do to make America more just in 5780.
How the drive to censor everything and everyone is bringing about a new renaissance
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
Barack Obama’s Iran deal aligned the Arabs and Israel against Iran. Can Donald Trump pocket the winnings?
Whenever nuclear weapons technology appears in the hands of Israel’s enemies, Pyongyang is usually involved
An excerpt from Seth Frantzman’s forthcoming book, ‘After ISIS: America, Iran and the Struggle for the Middle East’
Israeli strikes inside Lebanon together with new U.S. sanctions suggest a significant change in policy toward the terror group
A 17-year-old accepted to Harvard claims that U.S. officials denied his visa and deported him—before reversing that decision the day before the start of classes—based only on his friends’ social media posts
Jennifer Pastiloff lost her faith when she was young, and rediscovered it by becoming one of Los Angeles’ most sought-after yoga teachers
A 63-year-old Jewish man was smashed in the face with a paving stone, knocking out his front teeth and breaking his nose
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