There’s no shortage of women with advanced degrees, but the number of Israeli Arab women with doctorates is far below their representation in the population, and that hurts the whole country
The prime minister and a top Likud official understand what anyone interested in totalitarian rule understands: At some point, you have to arrest the journalists
In Harare I was told, a decade ago, that having fought off white minority rule, Zimbabwe was in danger of becoming a 'Chinese colony'. The intimate ties between post-coup leaders and Beijing may mean those fears are becoming reality
Opinion Auschwitz Responds: We Have No 'Nationalist Bias' Pushing Us to Downplay Jews' Suffering in the Holocaust
We keep far away from political disputes: Our visitors are presented with the fate of all groups of Auschwitz victims – including, but not exclusively, Jews
Israel is happy to let Riyadh lead the anti-Iranian alliance, but not so happy to pay the political price of real cooperation
In his self-promoting book 'The Israeli Tiger,' the prime minister proved himself to be under the spell of the 'Fountainhead' writer
Israel has never made clear whether its Jewish identity is a matter of national or religious identity. But that will change once we achieve equality
Why don't BDS activists and the Palestinian Agriculture Ministry remove from the shelves products made in the settlement Tekoa?
After 70 years, the state is building its first Arab city, whose population density will be 1.5 times that of claustrophobic Tel Aviv
Anyone who questions the validity of the Jewish narrative of the Israeli left doesn’t understand anything about the political history of the Jewish people and the State of Israel
What rationale or logic caused Ariel Sharon, the architect and patron of much of the Israeli settlements beyond the 1949 armistice lines, to reverse course and decide on the disengagement plan?
Investigations and trials over sexual crimes must be amended and improved, and the attitude toward victims of sexual offenses must also change
Elad will not have authority over the egalitarian prayer site in the area, which is used by non-Orthodox worshippers
Putin praised Assad for their 'joint work in fighting terrorism,' as embattled Syrian regime head thanks Russia for its help