As Muslims mark Muhammad's night journey to Jerusalem,competing Jewish and Muslim traditions too often stake claims over the city that deny legitimacy to the other.
Blocking regular television programming respects the memory of the Six Million but denies viewers the chance to make meaningful moral decisions
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
Attitudes toward the Holocaust today are increasingly influenced by political views, and this political conversation is causing moral damage
Israel has avoided playing a role in Syria. But a near-genocide is happening on its border. How can we say 'Never Again' this year and do nothing?
Yad Vashem's Libraries director: In our celebrity culture, helping people in the public eye speak more accurately and thoughtfully about the Holocaust remains an ongoing challenge.
France’s reverence for authoritarian politics never went away. But even those who oppose Le Pen consider strategic voting to keep the neo-fascists out as selling out.
The 1,000-plus Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike are all part of a national struggle for freedom, something that should seem admirable even to Israelis
Yale distances itself from students' decision to give Barghouti the Gandhi Peace Award; Israel approved overseas trip amid tax fraud investigation against him
The sanction orders U.S. banks to freeze the assets of any employees named, and bans American companies from conducting business with them.