The answer lies in the ideological and political hostility that characterized the politics of the pre-state Jewish community in Palestine
Attitudes toward the Holocaust today are increasingly influenced by political views, and this political conversation is causing moral damage
It’s not hard to guess what would have happened to people attacking civilians and soldiers with stones and clubs had they been Arabs rather than Jews
Both Washington and Jerusalem are laboring under serious leadership crises that will continue as long as Trump and Netanyahu keep at it
We’d begun to blend into our Midwestern U.S. neighborhood; then our lawn gave us away
To all offended readers, I apologize for the one-sidedness. How could I not maintain a balance between the murderer and the murdered; the thief and his victim; and the occupier and the occupied?
We, three women in our 60s and 70s, wanted to see the settlement reality for ourselves. We got a smaller but bitter taste of the violence and hatred Palestinians in the area experience as routine.
Towards the back of the rally, away from the cameras, sat the unchanged voter base of France's National Front: Skinheads, ultra-nationalist tattoos and dark conspiracy theories about global financial elites.
A last-minute switch of the school schedule for an odd religious holiday is the latest spat to worry Israelis about their country's democracy
50 years since Israel's annexation of the West Bank after the 1967 war has left generations of Palestinians in limbo