America paid Iran $1.7 billion in cash—funds that by law were not to be released unless and until Iran paid what it owed to American victims of its terrorism.
Why do we Anglicize some names and not others?
The untold story of Israeli hydrodiplomacy, from the 1950s until now.
After decades of wariness, the two nations are being drawn together by common interests and shared fears.
The Israeli NGO won international attention last week for claiming to expose IDF malfeasance in Gaza. It exposed something else.
The president’s address last week to Congregation Adas Israel as “an honorary member of the tribe” was something other than it seemed.
As a new book shows, hatred of Jews can be infectious—and some of the worst carriers are Jews who defame their own people.
I once thought it possible to address the world’s turn against Israel without bringing in anti-Semitism. No longer.
The 400-year-old translation is denigrated because of its archaic language. That’s one of its greatest strengths.
If you don’t know what it means, you can probably figure it out. (Or you can read this column.)
Friends, but never close, our paths intersected and then diverged, until this past September, when I connected with Leonard for the last time.
Written in 1923, “In the Crucifix Kingdom” depicts Europe as a Jewish wasteland. Why has no one read it?
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem’s unification in the Six-Day War. It also marks the 100th anniversary of a fierce World War I battle that saved the city from destruction.