Trump's inauguration rabbi and the businessman who donated $100 million to Birthright may love Israel, but they represent a Diaspora that isn't invested in the country's future
Tablet's Liel Liebowitz backed Gorka by whitewashing Hungary's WW2 leader as 'only' having killed 20,000 Jews, signalling how some Republican Jews seek an accommodation with the Trump administration and its ethno-nationalist advisers.
If China succeeds in helping Israel find the economic motivation to end the occupation, it may turn out that Netanyahu is right, and that China is a true friend of Israel
For the amateur American racist, a Muslim is someone who has some sort of head covering; it makes no difference whether it’s a hijab or a turban
It’s hard to live with the notion that tough questions before a war might have prevented the terrible answers afterward
A runoff election in Israel would reduce the scope for backroom deals and force the heads of the two biggest parties to win over the entire electorate.
The country that should be compensating most of these Palestinian families for needlessly killing, paralyzing or imprisoning their relatives is seeking to ban the Palestinian Authority from doing so.
As the Day of Remembrance for Israel’s fallen soldiers approaches, let us acknowledge that since the futile, 18-year war in Lebanon, Israeli society has made it a point not to engage in national soul-searching about what it did.
Spencer Partrich, a businessman described as Netanyahu's air taxi in the United States, testified about his relations with the prime minister in recent years
'President Trump has the political capital, the relationships with all the parties involved and the will to actually achieve this goal,' Husam Zomlot says ahead of Abbas visit to Washington