Leaders of the Hand in Hand school, among the highest-ranked in Israel, talk about contending with differences and the atmosphere during times of tension: 'We’re an incubator, but we’re not a bubble'
Jews and Muslims
The judge says that lacking an alternative, many Muslim children went without lunch
U.K. Muslims know far-right extremists are mirror images of the radicals who’ve plagued our community for years. But a few U.K. Jews appear susceptible to their ‘pro-Israel’ posturing
Dean Obeidallah and Scott Blakeman have performed together over 250 times, and they're killing it - in the best possible way
Nowhere else is the secular left so tragically isolated – not just from the millions of religious-nationalist Jews who wish to return to the Temple Mount, but even more so from the millions of Palestinians who swear fealty to Al-Aqsa
Although the visible presence on the site is Muslim, the Jewish connection is buried in the earth beneath the mosques. That's why an international solution must be found to this ongoing problem
The next Jewish attack on the Al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem's Old City is liable to spark a great war, which will primarily be a religious one
Islamic leaders stress need for open communication and redoubled efforts to build trust and understanding to stem killings and violence on both the Israeli and Palestinian sides
The Turkish president called on the international community to intervene in the Temple Mount crisis
More than ever, Arabic-language books are being translated into Hebrew. Is Israel, winner of the European Cup and three Eurovision song contests, finally daring to crack open a peephole into the neighborhood where it lives?