And the recent dispute over who owns that draft.
At each point—1897, 1917, and 1947—one Jewish leader appeared, and showed greatness.
The Ḥazon Ish.
That is the question a new history of Polish Jewry in the 1930s asks and—with one large exception—answers well.
And a reminder that even great politicians weren’t prophets.
What Israel’s first prime minister really thought about “land for peace.”
A claim debunked by Mosaic.
Three wise men.
The Ben-Gurion doctrine vs. the Dayan doctrine.
He wasn’t a prophet, but his strategies for Israel’s survival had a profound influence on leaders who came after him, left and right.
The “Iron Wall” today.