The kibbutzim's secret to the good life: to live in the past like perspiring pioneers and to profit from the present like corrupt businesspeople
Deterring the proliferation of nuclear weapons is a noble goal – one that America and Israel ostensibly share. How to go about doing so is another story
Sheikh Raed Salah, the arrested leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, should be released immediately
Not even a fluff radio interview with a reality TV star can make the Israeli prime minister’s wife into a sympathetic character
How did Netanyahu become a right-wing ultranationalist, while all the good people remained in the enlightened left?
My dearest alt-righter: Your views about Islam and Muslims are largely incorrect, not just politically, but also socially, culturally and theologically
Those who stand behind him now, from Pence to Kelly to Netanyahu, will be stained by the ugliness that spewed out of his mouth
Opinion Learn From the '30s: American Nazis Aren't Inherently Powerful, but Are Emboldened by Nervous Politicians
Nazi and fascist American groups, whose rhetoric is echoed by those marching in Charlottesville, allowed nervous politicians to believe they were enough of a force that xenophobia-riddled policies prevailed
Haaretz blogger John Brown's graphic explanation. What do you think?
Iran's military chief General Mohammad Baqeri met with President Tayyib Erdogan in Ankara, just days before U.S. Defense Secretary slated to arrive