A nation willing to make sacrifices.
A Western country that can rally society for a common purpose while maintaining dynamism, openness, and a positive natural-growth rate.
Caution, not overreaction.
Culture and the IDF—not economic policy—have fueled its success.
The Jewish state leads the world in per-capita turkey consumption.
In protesting a benefit concert for a medical non-profit, Israeli feminists reveal that they are the intolerant ones.
Throughout his life, he remained a friend of Israel.
So says a prominent left-wing activist.
Rabbi Eliezer’s tsunami.
A backpacker held hostage in exchange for a hacker.
For the sins of attacking the electoral system, of not defending Israeli society, . . .
Religious and secular get along best when they embrace tolerance.
It’s no “Black Lives Matter.”
They benefit from multiculturalism, but don’t necessarily accept its assumptions.