While Prime Minister David Cameron tries to convince parliament to support bombing missions in Syria, he is hard pressed to show how such a move will be a game-changer.
This week marks the end of the second month of the most recent wave of violence, but are the Palestinian knife attackers and car-rammers Israel's biggest problem?
Netanyahu and his government push aggressive policies out of the naïve faith that 'whatever is not decided by force will be decided by even more force.'
In Israel and in the Diaspora, many Jews refuse to see what is patently obvious to others: Israel is neither Jewish nor democratic.
Trump has persuaded voters shaken by events abroad that the greatest threats lie within the U.S. The idea that they will abandon Trump as they grow more afraid of terrorism makes no sense.
A response to Rogel Alpher’s call on French Jews not to immigrate to Israel.
You can call it whatever you please, but this is a popular Palestinian uprising that stems from a feeling of having nothing to lose.