The U.K. Labour leader is the only politician hapless enough to lose the moral high ground to Bibi
From a charismatic wunderkind to a gruff tank commander, one of these four men will soon be chosen to lead the strongest army in the Middle East
Holding two demonstrations is a de facto acceptance of the racist hierarchy that Netanyahu has imposed on Israel: Jews at the top, then the Druze, Arabs at the bottom
The twin crises of Corbyn's anti-Semitism and Johnson's Islamophobia may split Labour and the Conservatives no less than Brexit has
All the options on the table – escalation, ceasefire and the status quo – are bad for Netanyahu. He's allowed Hamas to paint him into a corner
No one imagined that Israel could have both security and prosperity without peace. Netanyahu has proved us wrong, rendering decades of left-wing warnings and international boycott campaigns obsolete. But one key strategy can still bring change
With enough retired generals to launch three military coups, the Druze protest in Tel Aviv was ostensibly non-political, a show of patriotic opposition in a democracy and not just a Jewish state
Netanyahu is already laying the toxic groundwork for his next election win. It worked in 2015, but it may not in 2018
There was nothing in the Labour Party leader's Guardian piece Friday that recognized the root causes of why British Jews are concerned
Even his close advisors are astonished by the Labour leader’s refusal to act on the party’s crisis with British Jews. This is why Corbyn can’t and won’t face up to anti-Semitism on the left – and why it will have international consequences
During a period of acute crisis in Israel-Diaspora relations, Isaac Herzog's appointment could still prove a success
Instead of building bridges or even listening to the community, Labour is now taking action against those who are criticizing Corbyn over the party’s new anti-Semitism code
Who is worse - the devious or the deluded?
The parallels between the current prime ministers of Israel and Hungary are astonishing, so it is perhaps unsurprising they have forged a strong alliance over the past decade and learned new tricks from each other. The third and final part of a special report
The Hungarian government is spending heavily on the Jewish community and Budapest’s Jews walk the streets without fear. So why is Benjamin Netanyahu's alliance with their own prime minister 'making Hungarian Jews shiver'? The second of three special reports
Orbán Is Coming to Israel to Meet His Soulmate Netanyahu. Here’s How He’s Taking Down Hungary’s Democracy
With the backing of his ideological partner, Hungary’s leader has used the refugee crisis to erode his country’s democracy. First of a three-part series
The U.S. has been taken for granted by its NATO partners, but the spirit of magnanimity and global responsibility at its core are foreign to him and his administration
'We can’t become victims again': Thanks to Trump, Netanyahu and Putin, the glory days of liberal democracy are over. The arc of history is not bending towards justice. Where will Jews stand?
Following the resignation of two key ministers, Prime Minister Theresa May would normally be expecting a leadership challenge – but who wants to take the helm with the U.K. facing a post-Brexit economic crisis?
Every Jewish denomination picks and chooses from tradition, according to their political needs: Deport, absorb, protest, stay quiet. On one of the great defining issues of Western politics today, there’s simply no one true Jewish take