A Western country that can rally society for a common purpose while maintaining dynamism, openness, and a positive natural-growth rate.
An anomaly in the developed world.
Contrary to John Kerry’s insistence, Israel isn’t running out of time.
By the numbers.
The myth of a demographic time bomb.
Interpreting a new Pew study about American religion.
Speaking on American television about the urgent need for Palestinian statehood, King Abdullah II of Jordan asserted that the only alternative for Israel was a. . .
Contrary to dire predictions of a “demographic time bomb,” Israeli Jews have a healthy and largely stable demographic majority in Israel and the West Bank.
Far from threatening Israel’s survival as a Jewish state, long-term demographic trends point to a strong Jewish majority not just in the state of Israel,. . .
The long-term demographic decline of British Jewry has ended, but only because one sub-group has burgeoned while the other continues to shrink.
The recent fall in Israeli Arab birth rates is unremarkable. What is remarkable is the rise in Jewish fertility.