How the media’s lockstep coverage of the Al-Ahli Hospital explosion promoted Hamas propaganda
The terror state and its various proxy militias—including Hamas—are obviously acting in concert. Why won’t the U.S. admit it?
My son had the courage of his convictions about Israel at school. We both paid a price.
Reflections on October 7th
Our family left Israel for Greece after the Hamas attack, not quite refugees and not quite tourists. After four weeks away, we were ready to head back to Tel Aviv.
In central Tel Aviv, crowds gather to lobby for the release of those kidnapped by Hamas
As Israeli soldiers are called into service, informal groups of Israelis are creating religious garments to send to the front lines
China, Russia, and Iran
We’ve read about people losing their jobs because of opinions they’ve posted on the Israel-Hamas war that their employers don’t like. But some employees are also quitting because of things their employers have said—or haven’t said.
Pallywood’s latest global media star is the representative moral and artistic phenomenon of our age
Deporting people who celebrate our death, and especially those with provable ties to terrorist organizations, is simply common sense
Without fixing America, there is no saving yourselves and your families
Israeli comedians try to find the humor amid the horrors of the past month
A fascinating new documentary offers context about today’s antisemitism