The administration’s bigotry, directed at both communities, opens the door to Jewish and Iranian Americans to find common ground.
After all these years, resistance is the reason that there are still Jews in the world.
Despite pressure from the right, Israel can’t do as it pleases on the Temple Mount.
The settlers and the markets are suffering battered-wife syndrome: they have been lied to and abused still insist Trump is their man.
The government fight against the anti-Israeli boycott movement is pushing the police to do more than their job in a manner both dangerous and illegal.
Opinion Separate and Unequal: Inside Israel's Military Courts, Where the Only Defendants Are Palestinians
The UN says Israel's West Bank justice system, which tries Palestinians exclusively and has reported an almost 100% conviction rate, violates international law. This is what I saw.
Erdan's practical, logical manner was replaced by anger, incitement and populism.
How is it that in Arab cities, which produce so many doctors, in a country that so badly needs doctors, there are no government hospitals?
Interview Rwandan Leader Hails Friendship With Israel, Rails Against His Country’s 'So-called Human Rights Issue'
At the AIPAC conference, Paul Kagame tells Haaretz about his affinity for Israel − another country that rose from a genocide. But the man who has won the right to rule until 2034 prefers to talk about business cooperation and fighting terrorism.
Getting smuggled out is too expensive for most civilians, and once outside the city they face land mines, checkpoints, coercion and constant airstrikes.