Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York exhibits testimony of Middle Age Jerusalem’s rich aesthetic imprint and attachment to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
This Day in Jewish History 1009: The 'Mad Caliph' Destroys Jewish, Christian Sites in Fatimid Empire
Wanting to convert the empire to Islam, Abu Ali-Mansur found the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to be a particular irritant.
Where does Israel get the audacity to demand eternal ownership? One can understand the longing that Jerusalem no longer change hands, but to demand ownership is historic rudeness, which the world sees as arrogance, even hubris.
The vote is a gift for Israeli belligerents who can say yet again: There is no one to talk to. No partner. It fuels an immoral alliance of interests between Arab and Jewish rejectionists, and supported by Western governments.
Due to Israeli efforts, no European country backed the motion, which describes the Temple Mount as holy to Muslims alone, without mentioning the site's significance to Jews.
Despite the current American political fashion to assume the faceless unanimity and collective guilt of the world’s Muslims, Islam’s diversity is perfectly expressed by our celebration of New Year’s Day. On several different days.
A lazy and dangerous lecture by the likely next president of Yeshiva University.
American reporter Noor Tagouri splits Islamic opinion over stigma-breaking photo shoot and interview.
Family of slain Christian author blame government for attack: 'They kept telling us that Jordan is isolated, a place of peace. But now we see, Jordan is not isolated, and we should be active in countering [Salafist] ideology.'
While Europeans are talking about the downfall of skimpy swimwear, in wake of the summer furor over the burkini, fashion figures in Israel say the bikini is here to stay.