Vladimir Jabotinsky

A native of Odessa, the Jewish thinker needed no convincing that Ukrainians were a distinct nation. He understood that if they were subdued, no other nation would stand a chance.

April 25 2022 12:01AM

“We do not have to account to anybody, we are not to sit for anybody’s examination.”

Jan. 6 2022 12:01AM

Why are Israelis so happy, and why do they have so many children?

Dec. 10 2021 12:01AM

Jabotinsky was the rare political leader who devoted as much time to artistic pursuits as to his political activities. What can be learned from them?

Aug. 25 2021 12:04AM

The record of Jabotinsky’s practical decisions allows his disciples to reach contradictory conclusions about what he really believed, especially about religion and settlement.

Aug. 23 2021 12:01AM

Although the Zionist leader tried to avoid statements that didn’t reflect his true beliefs, he wasn’t above doing so altogether. His late-in-life friendliness to religion might be one such case.

Aug. 16 2021 12:31AM

How could the man who at one point openly scorned religion also be the forefather of the political coalition that ensured for it a key place in Israeli life?

Aug. 2 2021 5:22AM

The Israeli writer and thinker joins us to discuss Jabotinsky’s Zionism and why “The Iron Wall” still matters today.

Oct. 22 2020 12:04AM

Proving Jabotinsky right.

MEMRI
Aug. 11 2020 12:01AM

Zalman Shneour.

Mikhail Krutikov
May 13 2020 12:01AM

A sea change.

Kobi Cohen-Hattab
Dec. 26 2019 12:01AM

What starts with the Jews never ends with the Jews.

Tamara Berens and Talia Katz
Nov. 26 2019 12:01AM