Donor-advised funds are changing the Jewish non-profit landscape and are increasingly being used to block donations to left-leaning projects
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
The prime minister won’t be able to claim his hands are clean if someone someday translates the government’s incitement into action
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.
Hana Mansour-Khatib made history this week following decades of opposition to women as religious court judges which united conservatives in both the Muslim and Jewish communities.
And why Israelis especially should be fighting for them
Israel should respond to the substance of Barghouti’s NYT op-ed rather than hiding their violations of human rights, particularly of 6,500 Palestinian political prisoners, behind the accusation of terrorism
The only formally qualified examiner for Gorka’s Ph.D. 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
After years in the opposition, the party is still looking for the Barack Obama who could lead them to unseat Netanyahu, but it seems unlikely that any of the contenders would fit the bill
Keeping Gazans in the dark could be a political play by the Palestinian president to convince Trump he's a partner for peace