Liberal Zionists are belatedly waking up to the only just alternative: a single state, shared by Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs. But if Israeli Jews won’t endorse a one state solution, will they have to be dragged unwillingly into it?
I’d love to live in Beinart’s peaceful hyphenated state of 'Israel-Palestine.' But I can’t vote for it. No one actually living here is proposing it. And that’s exactly where his thesis unravels
The True Story Behind This Iconic Photo That Became a Symbol of Gender Equality in the Zionist Movement
The granddaughter of female pioneer seen in shorts in a quarry in Mandatory Palestine reveals that the 'propaganda' scene was in fact staged
The renowned political scientist and Holocaust survivor was a thorn in the side of the far right in both Israel and France, right up to his death. ‘He stepped on a lot of intellectuals’ toes,’ recounts one friend
The Holocaust survivor, combat veteran and revolutionary thinker changed how the right wing was viewed in academic circles and warned of the end of democracy in Israel
Sen Tom Cotton's outrageous op-ed, pushing the U.S. military to undermine democracy and individual rights, called for America to do exactly what Israel has been doing for years. We need that transparency
Shunned during her tragic life for being a sex worker and brothel owner who had Arab friends, Michal Garbovitz is now hailed for aiding the Haganah
Israel’s ‘emergency government’ intends to begin unilaterally annexing chunks of the West Bank. It may seal the historic victory of a menacing Zionism of Jewish power
Annexing the West Bank punctures useful delusions about Israel and Zionism which have, until now, kept together otherwise fractious Diaspora Jewish communities – and their proudly 'big tent' organizations
Israel’s first prime minister knew that the declaration of the Jewish state would lead directly to war with the Arab states. What led him to make such a dangerous decision?
No streets are named for him, he’s not mentioned in textbooks and even his family didn't know about his vital role in Israel's security. Meet Yosef Hecht, who headed the pre-state Haganah for a decade, before being deposed and erased from the collective memory
Kathmandu's female ‘shaliach’ withdraws participation in torch-lighting event after rabbinical court’s firm opposition
Opinion Stuck in a New York Virus Epicenter, I Wonder When, If, I'll See My Children in Israel Again
The coronavirus has frozen us all in place: we watch on a screen as our grandchildren are tucked into bed. There’s no certainty we all will be here when it ends
A century ago, these women sought to set a personal example by fighting at the forefront of the Zionist struggle. Why were their names relegated to the margins of history?
Science fiction has a surprising answer
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An American expat who considered becoming a Jew before embracing Jesus, a Canadian who helped bring ice hockey to Israel
Voting in the elections for a useless, anachronistic organization such as the World Zionist Congress isn't worth your time
U.S. Jewish progressives hope to help decide how $1 billion in annual funding at World Zionist Organization is allocated – including curbing money for West Bank settlements
The movement has a large number of identities that could not have previously existed within Orthodoxy’s boundaries