What the Palestinian narrative gets wrong.
A short history.
“Grandma James Bond.”
Keeping Yiddish out of the movie theater.
The truth about Nazis and Zionists.
The British encouraged mass Arab immigration to Mandatory Palestine.
Rooted in the land?
An opening shot in the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry.
Franz Werfel’s The Forty Days of Musa Dagh.
A mysterious mislabeled photograph.
On November 10, the ashes of Lt.-Col. John Henry Patterson will be reinterred at an Israeli cemetery. Patterson earned a heroic reputation in the British. . .
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, who served as the first Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Palestine, is generally regarded as the intellectual progenitor of religious Zionism. Born. . .
According to radical Israeli scholars, nomadic desert clans have a strong legal claim to ownership of large tracts in the Negev. The facts point elsewhere.