Special dialogue programs aim to detoxify the conversation about the mother ship and the Palestinians.
For all that it sees itself as strutting in pride and glory, the Israeli right does not understand what it means to be here – physically, culturally or morally.
A resurgent desire to defend the Jewish state, along with improved support for recruits from abroad, have boosted the number serving over the past two years.
On Memorial Day, consider that it is the tension between these qualities that gives Israel the power to defend our people and our ideals.
The struggle to keep Judaism alive in the most secular city in America.
Calls for sanctions were resisted by German Jews and many in pre-state Israel. Newly uncovered documents reveal the passions and arguments surrounding the controversy.
Prayer, food and jam sessions: The Shabbat Tent, now in its third year at Coachella, is exactly what it sounds like.
In letter to the Jewish Chronicle, academics say The University of Southampton's decision to nix the event was 'intellectually lazy' and against academic freedom.
Gidi Grinstein, founder of the Reut Institute think tank, believes the Jewish people has a higher calling in life.
At stake is leadership of an organization that helps manage Israeli agencies with huge budgets; liberal U.S. Jews view the election as a way to register discontent with Israeli politics.