The only formally qualified examiner for Gorka’s PhD on a panel packed with personal friends was an extreme right-wing Hungarian MEP who recently advocated putting pigs heads on a fence on the Hungarian border to keep out Muslims.
The army and police’s failure to prevent settler attacks, as happened last weekend, isn’t a surprise. They’re in cahoots
Unlike the prime minister, the rights groups he seeks to silence are fulfilling Zionism's precepts heroically
Netanyahu should have compared Barghouti to Mandela instead of Assad. But why look to South Africa? The British called Menachem Begin an arch-terrorist, too
In the view of ultra-Orthodox Israeli politician Arye Dery, Haredim are permitted to have their own extraterritoriality, but secular Israelis are not.
800 Palestinians have been arrested by Israeli and PA security forces as a result of a computerized program that tries to predict lone-wolf attacks based on social media posts. But how can you jail someone for a crime they haven't committed?
As Muslims mark Muhammad's night journey to Jerusalem, competing Jewish and Muslim traditions too often stake claims over the city that deny legitimacy to the other
Blocking regular television programming respects the memory of the Six Million but denies viewers the chance to make meaningful moral decisions
Tour agencies are awaiting clarification, fearing such a directive would hurt Christian groups that spend the night in Bethlehem
Religion and politics are on a collision course in Egypt as President Al-Sissi amends religious laws and Pope Francis is set to meet in Cairo with Al-Azhar's grand imam, Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb