Understanding law and justice in the world’s most disputed territories
Israeli Youth Movement Bringing Together Kids With and Without Disabilities Is Appointed Adviser to the U.N.
The recognition will allow Krembo Wings to share its model with groups around the world and to advocate globally for integrating kids with or without special needs
The Jewish Diaspora versus the national-policy interests of the Jewish state: a dispatch from a confounding forum on the rise and spread of an old hatred
Hint: They have experience using the chemical weapons they’ll now be in charge of banning
“The US does not—and will not—recognize a difference between the political and military arms of Hamas,” the UN ambassador writes
‘No Longer Will We Vie for the Goodwill of Others’: Remembering the UN Vote That Paved the Way to the Birth of Israel
Seventy years ago today, the historic event led to spontaneous outbursts of joy, as one eyewitness recalls
The international body has been feting the brutal African dictator and others like him for years. Why did it backtrack this time?
Rather than staying on the deeply corrupt council as it stands, or leaving it immediately, the Secretary of State has opted to pressure the UN into reforms
Antonio Guterres’s speech about the continuing vitality of anti-Semitism was met with a textbook anti-Semitic reaction
Is this the last gasp of the bipartisan consensus on Israel before Trump detonates it, or its renaissance after Obama?
Nearly 45,000 people signed a petition to protest ‘a large breasted, white woman of impossible proportions’ as a worthwhile ambassador of women’s empowerment
Freedom of worship, not appeasement, is the only just foundation for future peace
The day after Yom Kippur, a UNESCO resolution deliberately erases the Jewish connection to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
88 Senators Signed AIPAC’s New Pro-Israel Letter. Here’s Why Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Ben Sasse Didn’t.
Three dissents from the GOP’s rising stars reflect the growing challenges in forging a bipartisan pro-Israel consensus
‘The only country in the world with a standing agenda item at the Human Rights Council is not North Korea, a totalitarian state that is currently holding an estimated 100,000 people in gulags; not Syria, which has gassed its people – lots of them. It is Israel.’
In a small border town on the way to Europe, Syrian refugees tell stories that the world is determined not to hear