A report from Jerusalem, where there's a frightening resignation in the face of racism.
An alleged oil deal is raising diplomatic tensions.
It's time to reexamine laws about selling UAVs to other countries.
Arrests and raids are aimed not only at uncovering the location of the three boys, but also at uprooting the financial and civilian infrastructure of Hamas.
Most Irish people know exactly what they think of Israel and Palestine—and aren’t afraid to tell anyone.
John Kerry Doomed the Israeli-Palestinian Talks by Refusing to Consider a Transition Agreement
May 12, 2014
The American team has pushed the Palestinians to sign an agreement they are clearly not ready for.
'The Admission': an Israeli Play Worth Seeing
May 11, 2014
An Israeli play, "The Admission," survives the attempt to censor it in Washington DC.
J Street's Rejection Is a Scandal
May 07, 2014
The exclusion of an opinion is not a refutation of it.
American Jews cannot afford to shut out voices of criticism and renewal like those of J Street in the hope that the fundamental conflict between the path of Israel and the path of American Jews will somehow disappear.
Donald Sterling Is a Blight on Jews’ History in Basketball
April 29, 2014
A small piece of the sadness that is the Donald Sterling mess derives from the fact that he is Jewish, and basketball has historically been a crucial part of Jewish-black relations.