The U.S. president and his supporters want to restore a world that clearly defines what is evil
Naftali Bennett and his colleague, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, seek to keep Israel outside of the diplomatic track in order to push it into the annexation track
The primary Israeli interest is the dismantling of Hamas’ military capability in Gaza. The question is whether Egypt is strong enough to help make that happen
Labor Party leader Avi Gabbay says he won't sit in a coalition government with the Arab Joint List – he'd better rethink if he wants to lead the country
A Labor Party leader's declaration he wouldn't include Arab parties in a potential government was an attempt to find favor in eyes of right-wing groups and Arab-haters
The very Jews who were crucial to Israel's founding would be condemned in today's American Jewish community; the attempt to oust Prof. David Myers must be stopped
Opinion As Bethlehem's Mayor, I Ask: Why Are U.S. Christians Celebrating Israeli Policies Strangling Jesus' Birthplace?
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers
Coming soon: Maybe a joint exit from the United Nations? After all, the UN has also been critical of Israel
Hollywood has a responsibility to set the right example. But it isn’t the venue for determining guilt or innocence.
Ana Palacio's recent op-ed called for an 'introspective' Spanish response to the independence referendum. But no one in Madrid is listening: Spain seems determined to trigger an unprecedented escalation with Catalonia
Exclusive Hillel International Threatened to Cut Ties With Israeli Government Over Database of U.S. Jewish Students
Ultimatum forced Israel's Diaspora Affairs Ministry to suspend its project, just hours after the project was first revealed by Haaretz
Why did Israel decide to bomb the Syrian anti-aircraft battery this time?