Popular priorities don’t match the diplomatic conversation.
“Worshippers” were not the target of last week’s police raid.
The U.S. should tell King Abdullah to stop.
Abdullah has the power to stop anti-Semitic sermons and the use of al-Aqsa to store weapons—but chooses not to use it.
The State Department, the Temple Mount, and human-rights hypocrisy.
Condemning Itamar Ben-Gvir for something that is, and should be, unremarkable.
Enemies of the Jewish state will always find excuses to attack.
The current hierarchy gives the most rights to Muslims, and the fewest to religious Jews.
Nor is there any need to make changes to the current arrangement.
The leading rabbi joins us to walk through the fascinating ways that Jews have related to Jerusalem, from the time of King David to today.
An opening salvo in the next battle for the Temple Mount?
How a Mameluke decree became international law.
A rabbi and historian explores the history of the Temple Mount, its presence in the Jewish imagination, and why more and more Jews are now going there to pray.
These stones are not silent.