Israel

Finally, a Russian Jewish Novel Breaks Out of the Autobiographical Rut
September 19, 2014 12:35 PM

New novel asks how the heroism of Soviet-era Jewish dissidents becomes a blueprint for political action for a new generation.

I Have Two Nightmares About a Palestinian State
That there won't be one—and that there will be one
August 27, 2014

That there won't be one—and that there will be one.

Critics of the United Nations' Relief Agency in Gaza Don't Have Their Facts Straight
August 26, 2014

Without the UN's herculean efforts, civil society in Gaza would have already collapsed.

Israel Needs to Stop Calling Hamas a Terrorist Organization
And start calling them "the enemy"
August 13, 2014

And start calling them "the enemy."

This Is How the Gaza War Will End
August 12, 2014

There's no end in sight to this vicious cycle.

Reporters Have Finally Found Hamas. What Took So Long?
August 11, 2014

A massive, curious gap in reporting from the Gaza Strip. 

I Keep Returning to This Haunting Photo From Gaza
August 06, 2014

This image, taken in the aftermath of a U.N. school explosion, echoes a famous Vietnam photo.

Israel-U.S. Relations Have Gotten So Bad That Everyone Believed a Likely Hoax
July 29, 2014

A "leaked," likely fake transcript of an Obama-Netanyahu phone call reveals the Israeli media's massive distrust of the U.S.

Who Bears More Responsibility for the War in Gaza?
July 25, 2014

Hamas's rocket attacks may have been the immediate cause, but history tells a different story.

The Israeli Army Knew Gaza Was a "Ticking Bomb" Before War Broke Out
They were even developing a plan to improve conditions there
July 23, 2014

They were even developing a plan to improve conditions there.

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