Is it desirable for one Arab power to have a monopoly on the agenda in this part of the world – especially if that country has the ability to dictate Washington's policy?
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Opinion The Chicago Dyke March Preaches Inclusion. So Why Was I Kicked Out for Carrying a Jewish Pride Flag?
For 10 years I've marched with my rainbow Star of David flag. Why, this year, was this Jewish symbol deemed as 'offensive' and 'dangerous' as the 'God hates fags' anti-LGBTQ protestors?
Karl Ove Knausgaard, who succeeds in his massive autobiography to make the ordinary extraordinary, talks to Haaretz about the Bible, being in Israel's capital and the fallibility of human nature
In his new nonfiction book the novelist’s language is wondrous as usual, but behind it lurks all the problems of the Zionist left – from arrogance and sanctification of secularism to dodging the toughest questions
On Sunday, Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway wrongly credited Trump with taking Russian hacking seriously and calling it a 'disgrace'
With Trump in office, the prime minister feels free to renege on Western Wall deal and stab liberal Jews in the back
The band's lead vocalist, Thom Yorke, had called a letter signed by high-profile artists urging the band to boycott Israel 'offensive'
Avigdor Lieberman warns that any attempt to turn Israel's neighbor to the northeast into a base for Hezbollah or Iran will not be ignored
Or: How Rogel Alpher turned a celebration of Jewish heritage and culture, with participants from over 75 countries, into his own personal hatefest
'The Government of Israel's decisions have a deep potential to divide the Jewish people and to undermine the Zionist vision'