Elhanan Miller (@ElhananMiller) is a Jerusalem-based reporter specializing in the Arab world.
A youth soccer club in Jerusalem travels every year to the Eternal City, where coexistence between the Jewish and Muslim teammates faces fewer barriers
Disenchanted with corrupt Palestinian self-governance and Israeli apathy, Issa Amro looks to American Jews for change
In unprecedented decision, judges rule Michael Ben-Ari unfit to serve
In a fiery speech, the country’s top Arab politician imagines what was previously considered impossible: a Jewish-Arab coalition to topple Benjamin Netanyahu
Campaigning to become Israel’s next prime minister, Gantz represents something that Israelis love: a veteran soldier carrying an olive branch
An Israeli Arab with a huge social media following posts a video a day for a thousand days, ending this week. Where did the journey take him?
Current Hamas Political Bureau Member and former military commander, convicted of directing terror bombings that killed over 120 Israelis, including the bombings of the Sbrarro Pizza in Jerusalem and the Dolphinarium Discotheque in Tel Aviv, speaks to Tablet about the ongoing Gaza cease-fire negotiations with Israel
A dispatch from the Golan Heights, where the Jewish state’s confounding political and military policy plays out in the lives of Syrians looking for hope of any kind
With coexistence in mind, the train’s operators will dedicate July to encouraging Israelis to open up to a language too few speak
Hebrew studies are now legitimate in the desert kingdom, but demand is low—so far
Israeli Major Avichay Adraee goes head to head with Hezbollah, on Facebook, in Arabic
Confusion, shame, hope, eviction, love, ping-pong, and good posters in the Hebron hills
Israeli Arabs at a Crossroads: The tug of war between state-sponsored clerics and soft-spoken Islamists over the hearts and minds of the young now includes the IDF
Israeli Arabs at a Crossroads: high dropout rates and low achievement leave many children at a dead end
Israeli Arabs at a Crossroads: How one woman in the Negev stands up against polygamy, abuse, and ignorance
In the first of a series of dispatches from Arab society in Israel, where—and how—should the Bedouin live?
A lawsuit argues that men and women who left the ultra-Orthodox world without basic math, history, and language knowledge to live secular lives were neglected by the state. The state counters that it’s the parents’ fault.
Tiyul-Rihla, a grassroots educational initiative, is bringing together historically clashing neighbors