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The Abraham Accords prove that Trump’s majestic robes are real—at least in the Middle East
The PFLP’s grotesque hybrid of a terror arm and an NGO network murders innocent people while raking in millions from the West
Why do American Jews imagine that the political universalism that exceptionally coheres in the United States should apply in an ethnoreligious nation?
How coverage of the Jewish state became a signifier of the ideological activism that now permeates Western culture
Given Israel’s current position on the conflict defining its borders—with or without Trump’s ‘deal of the century’—what future awaits it?
Trump’s is the latest play in a decadeslong game of trying to counter previous ‘peace process’ moves by each new American administration
The author of ‘The Hilltop’ revisits the lands and people Amos Oz confronted in the early 1980s to see how far the West Bank settlements have come, and where they are headed
Is America about to adopt the Israeli prime minister’s 20-year-old plan for a durable settlement between Israel and the Palestinians?
As a wave of anti-Israel hate spreads from elite college campuses to public high schools, some Massachusetts parents wanted to fight back. But they were not joined by the major Jewish organizations. What happened in Newton?
The late writer’s best work reflects the larger anxieties of a society trying to shield its founding ideals against threats from hostile populations
A small act of resistance in the middle of Soho at lunchtime
Setting the record straight on BDS and the call for two states
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?
Emerging writer Hannah Lillith Assadi, daughter of a Jewish mother and a Palestinian father, finds a home in the desert of the American Southwest
A war correspondent’s Christmas
A surprise visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Oman last month reveals the Jewish state’s shifting foreign policy
Israelis are caught in a trap: A majority believes the occupation can’t continue, but the same majority is convinced it can’t end. Has Israeli philosopher Micah Goodman finally found a way out?