The Jewish state is an idea, which is why it will survive its present crisis
Israelis who work, fight in the army, and pay taxes are wary of the new government
In SVB, of course
Amichai Chikli seeks calm, says Washington isn’t helping
The pleasure-seeking behind today’s righteous causes
The current structure of the Knesset is undermining Israeli democracy. That may be about to change.
Not content with fueling street demonstrations against Bibi in Tel Aviv, the Biden administration looks to ‘Lebanonize’ Israel with a new, U.S.-funded terror army
The U.S.-backed anti-judicial reform protests in Israel are being shaped by the intersection of two crises, one in U.S. Iran policy and the other resulting from the rise to power of religious communities in Israel
U.S. support for demonstrations in Tel Aviv isn’t about the future of Israel’s judiciary. It’s about handcuffing Israel while Iran gets the bomb.
Ask the 14th-century sage Rabbi Nissim of Girona
As Netanyahu tries to manage relations with a fracturing American empire, he would do well to read Isaiah
The rise of Middle Eastern culture in Israel is to be celebrated. The rise of Middle Eastern politics will make our fate identical to that of our neighbors.
In the new television show ‘Chanshi,’ an engaged Jewish woman from Brooklyn flees to Israel to sleep with as many hot IDF soldiers as she can
The rise of the Religious Zionism party is bringing a different, and extreme, understanding of Judaism to Israel
Heretofore overlooked British General Staff documents demonstrate that the oft-marginalized Lehi leader Avraham ‘Yair’ Stern’s assessment of British intentions toward Mandate Palestine was correct
Is Israel prepared for its role as a senior regional power?
Israel’s three most significant leaders were also dedicated readers
Israel’s former minister of justice weighs in on Bibi’s new coalition partners