Former U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, in an interview with JTA, surmised that the next U.S. administration would be friendlier with Israel than the current one.
Jimmy Wales went to Israel to collect a prize for his role in the information revolution. The Wikipedia founder explains how he values neutrality — even in a place where there is little middle ground.
So, the Israel Defense Forces won’t be drafting haredi Orthodox Israelis, after all.
In succeeding to read from a Torah scroll at the Western Wall, Women of the Wall scored a win. But the group’s most important victory came two years ago
When Amit Re’em embarked on an excavation of an abandoned Ottoman prison in the Old City of Jerusalem, he didn’t expect anything revolutionary. Oh, how wrong he was.
For years, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has compared Iran to the biblical Persia, the ancient kingdom where the Jewish people were nearly annihilated through the evil designs of the arch-villain Haman.
Tatyana Orul would have moved to Israel years ago if not for her job as a television journalist in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, which interested her too much to give up.
Against a soundtrack of dramatic music, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lists his government’s security accomplishments, declaring over the shouts of opposition lawmakers that his Likud Party has stopped terrorists, stood up to Iran and secured Israel’s borders.
The new campaign ad for the Ashkenazi haredi party UTJ features women and smartphones — two things normally discouraged in the haredi community.