As a powerful new exhibit shows, the 16th president felt a close connection to the Jewish people. Why?
Now that Americans can easily visit the “Latin paradise,” I jumped at the opportunity to see first-hand the reality of life for its few remaining Jews. It isn’t pretty.
The new memoir by Michael Oren, Israel’s former ambassador to Washington, tells all—except for one thing.
Spy games, catch-67s, lionesses, smugglers, patriots, setting suns, and more.
Not only strikingly beautiful, his painting of Moses holding the Ten Commandments also happens to be one of the most authentically Jewish works of art ever created.
Professional study of Middle East history now belongs to incompetents and political agitators.
Year after year, most of what gets served up to young Jewish readers is poorly conceived, substantively shallow, and reeking of chicken-soup nostalgia.
The achievements and sacrifice of a family of Palestinian Jews helped to secure both victory in war and Great Britain’s endorsement of Zionism.
Those who think the Iranians outwitted us fail to recognize one very important thing: the White House never intended to contain Iran.
In 1937, an official British report first proposed the partition of Mandate Palestine. The story behind it helps to explain why the Arab-Jewish conflict remains unresolved.
A new book portrays a community of enduring faith and proudly distinct character dating back to pre-Roman times: a remarkable Jewish path through time.
The story of Theodor Herzl and the First Zionist Congress, convened 120 years ago on this date.
“Here am I, poor in deeds,” it begins. Where did it come from and, more importantly, what does it say to us?
In pursuit of openly political ends, some professors risk destroying the principles and safeguards that for over a century have protected the freedom of their colleagues.