An arsonist disguised as a firefighter.
How particularism can accommodate religious minorities better than aggressively secular liberalism.
Modeling intercommunal harmony near the birthplace of Jesus.
Bringing back indigenous viticulture.
Why the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was briefly closed.
Fear of Muslims outweighs animosity toward Israel.
A religion of immigrants.
The decision of a group of Arabic-speaking Christians in Israel to identify themselves as Arameans—and not as Arabs—has deep roots in their history. By officially. . .
For decades, Christians have suffered from persecution at the hands of Palestinian Muslims. It’s Israel that grants them safe harbor.
Israel’s Aramean-Christians have finally won official recognition as a community distinct from the Arab-Muslim minority. “I have no words,” says their grateful spiritual leader.