Moving beyond the religious-secular divide.
It was bound to happen.
Political realities suggest he will remain in power for some time.
Revive the diplomatic process without the old assumptions.
Reaffirming the Diaspora.
It’s not to condemn Conservative Judaism.
Etgar Keret portrays Israelis who don’t share his politics as acquiescing in murder.
Narrowing horizons for his religious Zionist base?
Michael Sarel, who recently stepped down as chief economist at Israel’s Treasury Ministry, speaks about the challenges facing Israel’s economy, the political roadblocks that prevent. . .
A group of left-wing American intellectuals, styling themselves the “Third Narrative,” have called for a “personal” boycott aimed at Israeli politicians whom they strongly dislike,. . .
At a Brookings Institution conference over the weekend, Naftali Bennett, Israel’s minister of the economy and head of the Jewish Home party, explains how the most. . .
In an effort to expand its voter base, Israel’s leading religious-Zionist party will now welcome non-religious members and support their candidacy for national office.
Highly publicized worries about the role of religion in Israeli public life rely on a false view of Israeli politics—and a gross misunderstanding of Judaism.