The widely misunderstood doctrine of proportionality can have wildly disproportionate consequences
Poems of pain by a Ukrainian Jewish writer
Traveling Route 232 in the days after the Hamas attacks
A few years back you were a bunch of activists. Now Jews are being murdered in cold blood and you haven’t said a word.
Answering your questions on Hamas, Iran, the occupation, and more
Scenes of young women raped next to the dead bodies of their friends
The State of Israel was created with one overarching purpose: to prevent the slaughter of Jews from ever happening again. On Saturday, it failed miserably to do that.
A tragic political misjudgment about Hamas’ intentions
Understanding our reality is the least we can do. Start here.
A decade of perverse U.S. policy sets the stage for mass murder
In ‘Three Worlds: Memoirs of an Arab-Jew,’ his autobiography-cum-history of Iraqi Jewry, historian Avi Shlaim’s life unfolds like a fairy tale
When Chaim Topol died this past March, few mentioned one of the actor’s most impressive achievements
In a move from the Obama playbook, the U.S. is advancing a stealth agenda in the Middle East at the expense of its allies
The fundamental question isn’t whether Israel should be a democracy. It’s whether it should be like everywhere else.
Natan Sharansky and others question whether the Jewish state is botching the chance to rescue and integrate a potentially valuable new wave of Russian Jewish olim fleeing repression at home
The architects of the anti-Bibi protests are clear about their motives: defending elites from the masses
A response to Nathaniel Berman
Israeli Supreme Court Justice Menachem Elon sought to ground the court’s controversial doctrine in empirical data and hard logic, with the help of the Talmud