Prime minister, let's start with this: Acknowledging the vulnerability of your own mind is the Jewish path to greatness.
We opposed David Friedman. We stand with refugees and undocumented immigrants. We call out anti-Muslim hate and combat anti-Semitism. And we’re still firmly in the pro-Israel camp.
The fake threats by an Israeli from Ashkelon are liable to undermine the battle against anti-Semitism. But anti-Semitism is real, and Israel and the Jewish world must continue to fight it.
Londoners are calm and carrying on, with no thanks to ignorant anti-immigrant commentary by the White House and its British surrogates, nor self-serving advice from Jerusalem.
The border between the residents of the distressed neighborhoods and their fury concerning the refugees, and the liberals on the left who call them racists – this is our place.
Perhaps the sane public in Israel needs an electric shock in order to jolt it into action and shake off the racist regime that is staining the name of the Jewish people for generations to come.
Expressing unacceptable opinions is not a reason, barring very extreme cases, to disqualify anyone’s candidacy for the Israel Prize in an existing category.
Contrary to what a certain Israeli mayor may believe, I am not living like a king from all the money I got 'from the Jews' in America.
'We are in the process of things, and therefore it's incorrect to relate to the details,' Netanyahu tells Likud ministers.
The referendum that could give the president sweeping powers has already badly strained relations between Turkey and several European countries.