A sea change.
What starts with the Jews never ends with the Jews.
In the hope of reducing Israel to what he sees as its proper dimensions, a historian has cherrypicked facts.
That is the question a new history of Polish Jewry in the 1930s asks and—with one large exception—answers well.
Revisiting “The Iron Wall.”
Cease assuming the posture of defendants, the great Zionist leader Vladimir Jabotinsky urged his fellow Jews in 1911; we have nothing to apologize for.
Remembering John Henry Patterson.
Six months ago, when Reuven Rivlin was being considered for the position of president of Israel, the press eagerly painted him as a right-wing fanatic. . .