May 11

Hamas Takes Advantage of Unrest in Jerusalem to Attack Israel

The absurdity of calling on the Jewish state to avoid escalation.

Religious Liberty Encourages Economic Liberty

Property rights are of little use without freedom to believe what one wishes and to practice what one believes.

Rare Color Photos of Jerusalem during the Siege in 1948

Half a loaf of bread in exchange for water.

May 10

In the Name of Equity, a College Decides That It Has No Room for a Jewish Student Group

Antiracism requires replacing religion with “wellness.”

The Great Jewish Thinker Who Combined Law and Mysticism

“By creating symbolic structures on earth that parallel supernal ones, human beings draw God’s presence down into the world.”

The Jewish Connection to Jerusalem Is Ancient and Indigenous

The mirage of an international Jerusalem.

May 7

Hamas and Fatah Compete by Shedding Jewish Blood

“I fired my shots, I threw my bomb, I detonated, detonated, detonated my belts . . .”

Europe Is Waking Up to the Dangers of Funding Palestinian Incitement

But UNRWA’s problems go far beyond teaching anti-Semitism in schools.

Academic Bible Scholarship Shouldn’t Be Confused with Torah Study

A leading professor explains how the two can coexist properly.