A long and uneven descent into hatred.
Ben-Gurion, Thomas Jefferson, and declarations of independence.
To the benefit of neither Iranians nor Palestinians.
For all these things . . .
A fifteen-year-old who wouldn’t take “no” for an answer.
Speaking haughtily about peace and human rights while disdaining Mizraḥim.
Formidable even when sidelined.
A survey highlights Israel’s exceptional nature.
In the moments leading up to Israel’s independence, America’s diplomats did everything they could to stop the process, and the president, cold.
When red lines converge.
A whipping boy for the sins of Western history.