While Matthew Gould, Britain's first Jewish ambassador to Israel, succeeded in launching various social projects and engaging with the public over politicians' heads, his message that U.K. backing for the Jewish state may be at risk has not registered.
Though it started as a sham, final report is scrupulous, focusing equally on both Israel and Palestinians – had Israel cooperated with investigators, maybe it could have gotten more favorable results.
There are two sides to the IDF’s conduct during the Gaza war, but only Breaking the Silence’s soldiers are revealing the dark one.
The former NSA contractor may be a hero to some for unveiling U.S. government surveillance, but reports that his stolen documents have been breached by Russia and China raise serious questions about the repercussions of his actions.
George Galloway’s race to be mayor spells an uneasy 11 months for the capital’s 250,000 Jews.
From the deputy foreign minister to the U.S. president, we’ve gotten used to people hijacking Judaism for their own agenda.
The opening ceremony of Baku 2015 will likely be of Olympian scale. It’s all part of the Aliyev dynasty’s grand plan to cover up its theft of the country’s riches and the suppression of human rights in Azerbaijan.
The announcement by the French telecom giant that it wants to end its brand licensing deal with Israel’s Partner was a morale boost for the BDS movement that has no material significance.
If Sheldon Adelson and his friends think they’re about to save Israel from the boycott threat, they’re even more out of touch than we suspected.
Jewish student campaigning against motion – which merely affirmed earlier vote – says, ‘They are making a much bigger fuss of this in Israel than anyone is in Britain.’