Israel’s caretaker government is unequal to the strategic challenges posed by Team Obama’s policy of punishing friends and rewarding enemies
Working in Israel’s health care sector reveals a country making precious progress toward lived coexistence
Historian Eliezer Tauber explores how Palestinian propaganda backfired by turning a bloody battle into a fateful blood libel
There’s a name for people who imagine that the right to reclaim your great-grandmother’s house should extend forever: Palestinians
How a political, media, and activist failure is leading to avoidable deaths
Social media narratives fuel conflict and excite childish ideologues, but they ignore the forces that hold our city together
An analysis of photographs sold at a Jerusalem auction house offers new insight into the role of foreign accomplices in Hitler’s Final Solution
A big problem that the Biden administration suddenly won’t have to deal with
The PFLP’s grotesque hybrid of a terror arm and an NGO network murders innocent people while raking in millions from the West
Israel’s coalition government contemplates redrawing the country’s borders, with America’s blessing. Senior ex-diplomat Dore Gold gives the inside scoop on how and why the status quo may not last long.
It was never a solution, it was a wish. Time to stop pretending it’s even that.
In Damascus as well as in Gaza
Yossi Klein Halevi’s ‘Letters to a Palestinian Neighbor’ may not reach its intended audience, but it may well have another closer to home
Yom Ha’atzmaut: The benefits—and perils—of assimilation in the Jewish state
A century-old religiously based pacifist organization transformed itself into one of the leading engines for the Palestinian cause
Empty, symbolic gestures is how you do bad performance art; it’s not how you educate children.
In the midwest and the Middle East alike, cultures that favor outrage over outcome never get very far