It wasn’t celebratory that night Lara Logan was attacked. It was terrifying.
The measure wouldn't affect Jews who are protected under the Law of Return, but would impact Arabs wishing to become Israeli citizens.
Living on the Thin Green Line.
Miriam Schwab tried to counter bias against Israel on Wikipedia, and was stunned to both be called out in the NYT and by the volume of hate directed at her.
The real red line is not fueling the reactor but Russia’s delivery of anti-aircraft missiles to Iran.
It’s a good thing Iran is low on credibility these days, otherwise, the Holocaust “cartoon” website launched from the nuclear wannabe rogue state would be causing more than the current elicited outrage.
Says PM Netanyahu: "We don't want to create an incentive for the inflow of hundreds of thousands of illegal migrant workers."
Israel is dealing with the same problem now arising in the U.S., to the degree that PM Netanyahu had to speak on the issue this week.
Israel’s conversion bill debate rears its head yet again.
Whispers in the region's press have the former American president interceding on behalf of the Hamas prisoner's family. But are the Israelis willing to pay the price for Shalit's freedom?
Some lines are simply not meant to be crossed, no matter how desperately your cause wants to get a message out.
In hushed tones, the U.S., Europe, and sections of the Arab world support a military strike against Iran, and the perception is that Israel will be the subcontracted hit man.
Could Israel fully ease the blockade while at the same time implementing security measures that could guarantee safety? PJM interviews the United Nations Relief and Works Agency's spokesman in Gaza.
Take that, Turkey: we don’t want your stuff!
On one 70-person settlement, members deal with ungrateful countrymen, international leftists, and the constant threat of violence breaking the quiet.
Blocking the famous Israel basher from lecturing at a West Bank university set off a huge debate in Israel.
Philippe Karsenty, the man who exposed the al-Dura hoax, says that the Goldstone Report accusing Israel of war crimes is "the son of Mohammed al-Dura."
For the third consecutive year, an Israeli film is nominated for an Oscar. This one looks promising for a win.
An exclusive interview with Dr. Saviour Chishimba, who seeks to reestablish full ties with the Jewish state and open his country to foreign investment.
The rockets may have stopped firing — for now — but the traumatic effects of Operation Cast Lead linger on.
The celebrity boycott of the Toronto Film Festival for the sin of screening Tel Aviv cinema is unjustified and self-defeating.
What should Israeli universities do when their tenured professors support boycotts that damage their own institutions?
For a country with heavily religion-infused politics, gay couples in Israel enjoy an impressive number of legal rights.
A radical proposal for shaking up the Arab world.
It's something this single mom wishes more women were giving.