Prof. Galia Sabar traveled to Rwanda and Uganda to hear about the Sudanese and Eritreans’ wretched living conditions — partly courtesy of Israel.
Far from being a politician with no vision or plan, Benjamin Netanyahu is in dialogue with history. His ideology was inherited from his father, but it harkens back to 15th-century messianic writings.
It turns out that liberal democracy has its limits; it can’t bridge yawning gaps — even within Israel’s Jewish community, for example.
A work on sex translated into mamaloshen is now available at the National Library in Jerusalem. Women, don’t be insulted.