Israel & Zionism

The story of Kibbutz Alumim.

Bruce Maddy-Weitzman
March 22 2024 12:01AM

On both sides of the border, new security plans are being formed.

Amir Bar Shalom
March 22 2024 12:01AM

An eminent Catholic thinker emphasizes the Jewish truth about Jesus.

March 21 2024 12:01AM

In the wake of the February 26 riot, Jewish students are taking matters into their own hands.

David Schraub
March 21 2024 12:01AM

October 7 has, unfortunately, vindicated the well-known professor’s antipathy to Israel’s critics.

David Bernstein
March 20 2024 12:01AM

Members of the nation’s oldest legal union have made life for Jewish colleagues miserable.

Francesca Block and Eli Lake
March 20 2024 12:01AM

The retired Israeli official explains the historical and strategic context of Israel’s aid to Gaza.

March 8 2024 12:01AM

Two or three thoughts on the “dehumanizing” discourse.

Feb. 15 2024 12:01AM

Abraham Cahan’s still-relevant vision of America’s place in the world, and the Jews’ place in America.

Feb. 12 2024 12:01AM

Iran has sparked conflict across the Middle East over the last few months. What are its aims? Is it succeeding?

Feb. 2 2024 12:01AM

It is apparently too much to expect fifteen expert jurists to understand how human language is commonly used.

Feb. 1 2024 12:01AM

A Jewish lawyer coined the term because there was no word that described the murder of a whole people. But the definition he favored is so loose it can apply to almost any conflict.

Jan. 18 2024 12:01AM

When it comes to describing Israel’s actions in war and peace, the world invests established terms with new meaning, and simply invents others.

Jan. 10 2024 12:01AM

Israel’s founding father argued for a conception of politics uniquely tailored to the Jewish state. Fifty years after his death, his country could use it more than ever.

Jan. 8 2024 12:13AM