There’s much to be proud of this Independence Day.
When “aliyah” becomes a dirty word.
Politics as usual.
And what it means for U.S.-Israel relations.
An oft-quoted statistic is wrong.
His election-day remarks may have been ill-advised, but they didn’t change anything.
Israel’s upcoming election, writes Chuck Freilich, may not bring about the “historic” political realignment that some pundits are predicting. But the rhetoric emerging from the. . .
For the first time since 2000, writes Jonathan Spyer, a center-left coalition has a real chance of defeating the right in Israel’s elections. But Spyer. . .
Researching the biblical dye t’kheilet a century ago, Rabbi Isaac Herzog concluded that it was a bright sky-blue. Recent archeological evidence supports his hypothesis.