Erich Mendelsohn, Austen St. Barbe Harrison, and Spyro Houris.
Israel’s borders can be defined the same way as Mali’s or Slovakia’s.
A review of a new book by Daniel Pipes.
No, it wasn’t Amin Haj al-Husseini sitting next to Ben-Gurion.
Despite the UN, not because of it.
A new film, By Air, Land, and Sea tells the story of those who made aliyah in the 30s and 40s.
Next to North Korea, Israel is reported to be the country viewed least favorably in Britain. Alexander Joffe identifies four primary factors behind British hatred. . .
Claims that Jews have built on privately owned Arab land are often upheld by Israeli courts; just as often, they ignore the ownership laws of pre-1948 Palestine.
The Great War, which began in the days around Tisha b’Av, 1914, saw Jews of different nationalities fighting each other in the trenches and dying. . .
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.