Meeting an Israeli Druze gets a politician thrown in jail.
Good news from the Golan.
One that is likely to grow in severity.
If Israel can survive, why can’t an Assyrian Christian state?
To serve as a forward defensive line for Jordan, Israel, and the West.
In light of the collapse of Syria.
Torn between conflicting loyalties in Syria, and without a unified leadership, what should they do?
Moral duty and national interest both say yes.
A bloated bureaucracy, meddling ministers, an “unbearable” teachers’ union, post-Zionist politics: no wonder few students learn even the basics of Israel’s history. (Interview by Akiva Bigman)