Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York exhibits testimony of Middle Age Jerusalem’s rich aesthetic imprint and attachment to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
A controversial virtual-reality tour showing the Temple before its destruction is dazzling. But that doesn’t mean the producers want it rebuilt.
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.
As the prayer puts it, if we can make room in our hearts and be liberated from prejudices, logic will guide us to choose what is best for ourselves – and everyone.
In petition to be submitted to High Court, non-Orthodox Jewish leaders also ask for say in running holy site.
The Jewish identity and democratic identity of Israel do not contradict each other, but in fact strengthen one another, Ayelet Shaked writes in a new magazine.
An annual survey shows widespread dissatisfaction with Ultra-Orthodox influence and exemptions when it comes to education, the army and religious life.
A lazy and dangerous lecture by the likely next president of Yeshiva University.
Parashat Ki Tetzei.