Carving up the city would constitute a disastrous retreat from basic Zionist verities and Jewish imperatives.
The human-rights activist Bassem Eid, who describes himself as “a proud Palestinian who grew up in a refugee camp,” argues that if Palestinians want to. . .
The left-wing organization Peace Now has manufactured a crisis out of a symbolic order, signed by the mayor of Jerusalem, authorizing continued construction of homes. . .
Not Australia, which laudably has just dropped a misleading label for the eastern part of Israel’s capital—a part that never legally belonged to any Arab entity.
Under Nir Barkat, Jerusalem’s economy has grown apace and the city’s non-haredi population is holding its own.