How Tony Klug fell into the ethical abyss: Since when does hating Israel's policies excuse hating all Israelis – or all Jews?
Sara Yael Hirschhorn
Opinion If You Can't Say Israeli Settlers Are Civilians Too, You're Propping Up Apologists for Terror
To those activists on the left and for Palestinian human rights who deny West Bank settlers can be terror victims: 'Thou shalt not kill' isn't conditional
How does a nice Jewish boy from Brooklyn end up blowing off the legs of the PLO mayor of Nablus?
For David Friedman and America's modern Orthodox community, deep connections to Israel's West Bank settlements have become increasingly institutionalized and routine | Opinion
Diaspora Jewish teens' radical dissociation from Israel is not about the settlements or the occupation. They're ashamed to be associated with Zionism.
The tempo of mutual delegitimization between Israel's political extremes is accelerating. Are we nearing the point where left and right can no longer co-exist?
Israelis and Palestinians are fighting a war of post-modern political fictions, where truth has been mortgaged to collective mobilization.
A culture of conformity, submission and resignation is preventing some Brits from wearing their Judaism proudly.
Not least during election season, Israel’s left, center and right all have strong reasons to exploit the debate about whether a third intifada between Israel and the Palestinians is already here – but for very different ends.
Where are the liberal values and transparency in the U.S. Jewish world when a secret ballot means those organizations voting against J Street’s inclusion escaped publicly justifying their decision?