Israel has been in uproar since a radio presenter dared suggest both Israeli and Palestinian families mourn their dead children - soldiers or terrorists - equally. My son's killing has taught me that grief knows no borders.
By pinning the blame for 9/11 on George W. Bush, Trump goes where even Democrats fear to tread.
Nadav Argaman, who Netanyahu tapped as head of Israel's security service, faces both professional and ideological challenges that extend beyond terror.
After a losing a case over employee rights, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife is liable to be convicted of perjury and assault.
The most famous columnist in the world, who always reflects and shapes the mood in Washington, has finally realized that the two-state solution is dead.
Sanctions did not devastate South Africa or Iran. Nor will they destroy Israel; above all it will extricate Israel from a trap it is unable to get out of by itself.
While Western leaders are not criminally responsible for the deaths of 470,000 Syrians, it has happened on their watch and to a large degree through their inaction.