At the award ceremony, the Israeli author was praised for his support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
In his memoir, 'No Country for Jewish Liberals,' journalist and Haaretz editor Larry Derfner explains how he can live – and sleep at night – in a country whose racism and aggression he abhors
Nefesh B’Nefesh announces seven immigrants to Israel from English-speaking countries who have been awarded the 2017 Sylvan Adams Bonei Zion Prize; Renowned comic Brian Regan to headline this month's Comedy for Koby tour
Tunisian culture minister makes announcement on last day of traditional Lag b'Omer pilgrimage near Djerba's Ghriba synagogue, the oldest in Africa
Once upon a time this day marked the end of a terrible plague. Then revisionism got involved.
Despite 1996 law recognizing secular burial as a right, the reality is there aren’t enough plots to go around
In his new book 'Stranger in a Strange Land,' George Prochnik takes up all the big questions – the meaning of life and of being Jewish, the state of Zionism – with Gershom Scholem’s echo serving as a guide
In 'The Book Thieves,' author Anders Rydell explains the Nazis' aim: to assert complete control over public information and literature, and utilize them to advance Hitler’s ideological goals.
Despite its refreshing take on motherhood, the last episode settled for clichés. Lena Dunham should have ended with the previous episode, which helped shatter the fantasy of female friendship
Paula Vogel discusses 'Indecent,' her new Broadway play about the 1923 scandal surrounding Sholem Asch's Yiddish lesbian love story 'God of Vengeance'