Ayelet Shaked didn’t choose Prof. Alex Stein because he’s a legal genius, but because of the right-wing views he espoused for 14 years at the not-so-stellar Brooklyn Law
Jerusalem & Babylon Putin's Pet Oligarch Roman Abramovich Is Now Israel's Richest Man. But Is He Worthy of Citizenship?
Its founders didn't declare in 1948 that, 'The State of Israel is open for the ingathering of exiles and exiled murky money tax-evaders and sex offenders.' But that's what the Law of Return has facilitated
The community is vowing to take revenge on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the next election after a new law passed that will keep most of Israel’s stores shut on Shabbat. Revolt is in the air on the streets of Ashdod
The Jews of the former Soviet Union grew up with a sense of alienation from their homeland, so they believe that Israel’s Arab citizens lack roots in Israel
In 1917, Russian Jews swelled the ranks of the revolution that lead to the rise of the Soviet Union. Jews today still shoulder the blame.
Counselors dressed as Nazi soldiers, campers as young as 10 forced to wear yellow patches and witness horrific images – these were just some of the methods the Jewish Agency used to teach the Shoah in the former Soviet Union in the 1990s
Moscow district court ordered Yosef Khersonsky, an Israeli who heads one of the capital's communities, to leave Russia in connection with his 'setting up without permission a for-profit foreign entity'
Boris Nemtsov was gunned down near the Kremlin walls two years ago.
We, the world’s immigrants and potential immigrants, came to be free, to learn but also to have our cultures of origin acknowledged, and we will not be stopped by walls or restrictions.
Amid Putin's broader crackdown on foreign and human rights groups, Russian Jews begin to feel they are not immune to the effects of living in an increasingly authoritarian state.