Just as Israel’s African refugees at last saw a flicker of justice, another callous deportation crisis erupted in Britain. That sudden feeling of being unwanted in the place you consider home? We know it too
Twenty-five years ago this month, Benjamin Netanyahu released ‘A Place Among the Nations.’ It remains the blueprint to his policies and the key to understanding today’s Israel
After proving powerless to prevent the airstrikes on the Assad regime, how can Putin restore deterrence?
Despite Friday’s airstrikes there’s nothing to prevent Assad, after a discreet period of reorganization, from using chemical weapons once again
We were once the vulnerable, stigmatized, stateless people, shorn of legal protections, who are now fodder for populist attacks in Trump's America, Hungary – or in Israel and Gaza
Analysis The Preventable War Crime: How the West Failed to Prevent One Syrian Chemical Attack After Another
In the history of war, no war crime has been so well documented and so predictable to those who had it in their power to prevent it from recurring
The prime minister offered a brief moment of grace before reverting to type this week, but it’s important to recall the times when common sense made a difference and simple decency prevailed in Israel
The so-called leaders of British Jewry just scored a massive own goal: By losing it over Jeremy Corbyn’s invitation to a seder by the radical Jewdas group, they have tainted the campaign against anti-Semitism
Netanyahu failed to anticipate the backlash on social media and took his base for granted. Once he realized his mistake, the asylum seeker agreement was DOA
After Israel signed deal with UN on African asylum seekers, the only two bright spots in this shameful affair are that the Israeli media finally flexed its muscles and the Diaspora community and some Israelis found common cause
The new situation on the Israel-Gaza border has the potential makings of a third intifada. But is there will on the Palestinian side?
The group that rules Gaza has realized its limitations and changed tactics accordingly. Israel is getting left behind and risks a defeat in the next round
And some other hair-raising operations that did not get the green light
After abusing and dismissing Jewish communities abroad again and again, a new government report recommends finding new Jews that Israel can take for granted too
Mohammed bin Salman has one aim: to be the most powerful figure in the Middle East in the coming decades. But that goal didn’t end so well for Nasser and Saddam
Corbyn’s support of anti-Semitic mural in 2012 has come back to haunt him, and the Jewish community has had enough of the Labour Party leader’s tolerance
The son of poor Russian Jewish immigrants to Britain, and one of WWI's most astute yet under-recognized war poets, Isaac Rosenberg died at the age of 27 on the Western Front 100 years ago this week
Soon-to-be-published memoirs led to the easing of censorship of Israel's strike; Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak tell conflicting versions of the same story
How long before he challenges NATO with the dilemma of whether to protect Latvia’s, Lithuania’s or Estonia’s sovereignty and risk war?
Analysis One Day, We Israelis Will Revisit the Time Our Syrian Neighbors Were Being Slaughtered - and Ask Why We Did Nothing
In seven years in Syria, twice as many have died than in the entire 70 years of the Israeli-Arab conflict. We've responded with shameful silence, because the Syrian carnage has, ironically, been 'good' for Israel's security