Both Israelis and Palestinians are in competition over the victim role. A new study may have the key to breaking the impasse
Your Daily Brief
Unlimited access for just $1 for the first month of your annual subscription
As activists combat the flood of cheap drugs, residents say the police ignore, if not encourage, the problem
Iran threatens destruction, Israel invokes Vietnam – and one Mideast country fears getting caught in the middle
Analysis Netanyahu's Post-indictment Candidacy Reflects Moral Bankruptcy of Likud and the Israeli Right
The March 2 ballot is fundamentally different from its two predecessors – and its outcome might be as well
An 11-year-old girl in Gaza lost her parents, her brothers and her home when the Israeli air force bombed Dir al-Balah last month. New testimonies from the inferno
Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce both excel in a film that reimagines a recent crisis in the Catholic church. What are the chances of a sequel set in the Jewish world?
Opinion Corbynism Crashed the British Left, Enabled the Populist Right, and Will Always Blame the Jews
The dogwhistle attacks on Jews for Labour’s historic defeat has already begun. They will only get louder
A Palestinian was killed in the West Bank, allegedly by his brother, then the victim’s home was shot at. But Israeli security forces haven’t acted in the second case, despite their authority to do so
With each election – and yet another one was called this week – his chances of gaining the top spot again recede further into the distance, but Benjamin Netanyahu remains determined to hold on
An Italian Institution's Antidote to anti-Semitism? Telling the 2,000-year History of the Country's Jews
A new museum in Ferrara, Italy shows that the remarkable story of Italian Jewry is inextricably intertwined with the country's history
Ismail Haniyeh tours the Mideast to build a sustainable economic foundation for the Gaza Strip. But he also must maintain his alliances, and if successful, pitch himself as the legitimate representative of the Palestinian people
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: French political science students who find Istanbul safer than Paris, and Israeli High-tech bros heading on a surfing trip because 'life is not a dress rehearsal'
Sidney Gottlieb conducted tests on refugees and prisoners that were as brutal as those carried out by the Nazi doctor. 'He is undoubtedly the closest thing to Mengele in the history of the U.S.,' says author of his biography
For George Orwell, the appalling picture of the future starkly depicted in '1984' was not some imaginative exercise. 'Don’t let it happen. It depends on you,' he warned
Established over 50 years ago, Gordon, now based in the city's south, has managed to constantly reinvent itself
The report, which shook the army, can't be dismissed as mistakes made by lower-ranking officers
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop believes initial target of the kosher supermarket shooting that killed 4 was 'the 50 children at the Yeshiva attached to that store'
EU funds support roughly 3.5 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, after Syria's war of over eight years killed hundreds of thousands and pushed millions out of their homes
Adam Driver is the star of Noah Baumbach’s brilliant comedy-drama and also ‘The Report,’ a crusading thriller on Amazon Prime