The struggle against evil is a constant one. You won't root it out entirely, so why infringe on our holy Second Amendment in the process?
Ilene Prusher is a journalist and multi-genre writer who lives in Jerusalem. Her first novel, Baghdad Fixer, was published in London in November 2012 (Halban).
Two New York Jews adrift in Israel seek answers through Kafka, kabbalah and the Tel Aviv Hilton in Krauss's eagerly awaited new novel, 'Forest Dark.'
After Charlottesville, it's time to admit it: The dangers might be closer than we think
Judging from his comments, it seems unlikely that Trump or even the ‘experts’ he has surrounded himself with know or care much about the Sunni-Shi’ite divide he’s further stoking
What does it mean when Trump says he didn’t come to 'lecture?' It’s code for the fact that Trump, unlike Obama, won't try to cajole Saudi Arabia into moderating its human rights record and its oppressive domestic rule
'So I’m looking at two-state and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like,' Trump said, but finding a deal both sides like is exactly the problem.
Investigating nonexistent voter fraud. Lashing out and firing the attorney general. What will be the vestiges of Trump's presidency?
We knew this would be big. But no one, it seems, expected that the Women’s March would be quite this big.
Hearing the Gap salesgirl say 'Happy Holidays' instead of 'Merry Christmas' has become a symbol of everything that’s 'wrong' with America for some citizens, whose grievances are being stoked by the next president.
Trump supporters were either missed or they mislead pollsters, probably both – a pattern that mirrors the ambivalent yet ultimately loyal Likud supporters who consistently prevail in Israeli elections.