For now, the scenario of radical Muslim attackers - rather than neo-Nazis ones - is the most likely.
The church is no longer a threat to Jewish existence, physical or spiritual - but some rabbis cannot accept that fact.
Sandwiched between Moldova and Ukraine, the tiny unrecognized state of Transnistria may be more than a quaint relic of the Soviet past: It could be a foothold for another Russian takeover.
The pope’s visit to Israel, Jordan and the PA might be important, but Francis just wants it all to be over.
In its silence over the rise of race-baiting party, the British Jewish community is dishonoring their own history.
The ICC’s former chief prosecutor says the Palestinians wouldn’t have much of a case against Israel.
Holocaust historian Saul Friedlander says Israel's left has no choice but to base its arguments on lessons of the Shoah.
The second generation of Israel’s leadership was a failure.
The judge's dictum that accepting bribes is akin to betraying your country wasn't just a condemnation of Olmert, but also a warning to Israel's entire political echelon.
A new law targeting the mogul's free newspaper may succeed where the entire U.S. Democratic Party machine has failed in curbing Adelson's power to use his money to influence politics.