'But I gave them Jerusalem!' A recent report warned of a 'growing frustration' in the White House for U.S. Jews' lack of appreciation for his policies towards Israel. Perhaps because they're too grown up, and informed, to supply such unfounded adulation
Corbyn's far Left anti-Zionist vision of the conflict places him not in the Palestinian peace camp, but in its rejectionist wing. For his allies, the Labour anti-Semitism saga that could derail this vision must be smears - or a deep state conspiracy
Even if we ignore energy savings and road safety, there is no argument over the fact that another hour of light toward evening would contribute a great deal to the quality of life of Israel’s citizens
An Israeli judge just passed the first ruling based on the nation-state law, daring to impose damages on a terror organization for injury to a Jew. Critics roiled, but a much more racist law was passed 24 years ago, by a left-wing coalition
From now on by court decree, two types of blood exist in Israel: Jewish blood and non-Jewish blood
The centrality granted to the Jewish component over the democratic one in the constitutional identity of the state and the increasing influence of religion on the lives of Israelis make defining Judaism all the more important
In light of the downing of the Russian plane, Israel must remember that all military action carries risks
Israel has aligned itself with one nationalist, even anti-Semitic, regime after another. Where does that leave world Jewry?
Obtaining support of the Israeli voter is a necessary condition for reaching a peace agreement with Israel’s Arab neighbors
The new revelations surrounding Paul Manafort's plea deal have raised worrisome suspicions regarding the involvement of foreign interests in Israel’s Foreign Service
Will Israel's decision-makers feel a little shame when they chant 'we have trespassed,' and when you get to 'we robbed,' 'we have done violence,' 'we coveted' and we 'spoke deceitfully'?
Destroying a small Bedouin community of 30 families and a school made of tires and mud is yet another nail in the coffin of Israeli democracy
From the water you drink, to the beach you enjoy, when you pop over for your brother’s or your cousin’s bar mitzvah back home, you’re choosing to be superior, and that is patently immoral
Netanyahu's sycophancy towards Trump has squandered much of what remains of bipartisan support for Israel. But with the president sinking, will Israel sink with him?
This country is so sunk in darkness that it has become a beacon for the world’s fascists. Fascist movements consider Israel a warm, loving home
Non-Jewish or nonreligious Israelis are increasingly asked to consider the needs of the religiously observant, but this plea for ‘sensitivity’ is a one-way street
Opinion Trump Cuts Funding for Israeli-Palestinian Reconciliation. Fear and Hatred Will Take Its Place
As bereaved families, Israeli and Palestinian, working together to build reconciliation, we urge the White House: Reconsider a cruel, harsh measure that can't possibly contribute to any future peace process
At Janovska, the Auschwitz of Ukraine, I saw skulls, hypodermic needles and tons of trash. Looters desecrate mass graves of Jews, searching for gold; the sites' histories are 'revised', overwritten by Christian and nationalist symbolism. This is why we should still care
Netanyahu's proposal to allow parties a mere three seats in Knesset was met with a resounding 'no.' But he was aiming at one specific group of voters ■ The race for Jerusalem mayor could send shock waves across the political scene – all the way to the general elections
Israeli fire department teams put out three fires caused by incendiary balloons near Kibbutz Be'eri in southern Israel ■ Police report balloon with charge attached exploded in Gaza border community