In an odd stunt to attract local voters, Isaac Herzog called on Israel to “urgently prepare and draw up a national emergency plan for the possibility of waves of immigration of our Jewish brothers to Israel.”
Donald Trump’s reaction to ‘Hamilton’ bears some striking resemblances to the ways Benjamin Netanyahu and Miri Regev respond to art, Eetta Prince-Gibson writes.
The story of an unlikely partnership to keep the Muslim call to prayer blaring loud and strong.
The real story is about how courageous women and men are changing the norms of our culture in Israel and beyond, Eetta Prince-Gibson writes.
Though UNESCO’s resolution is offensive at times, it is not the statement Palestinians celebrate and Israelis bemoan, says Eetta Prince-Gibson.
The question of Shabbat is too important to leave to the politicians, who seem to care for nothing except their own gain, Eetta Prince-Gibson writes.
For Jerusalem to thrive, leaders on both sides must summon the courage to ‘divinite’ — simultaneously divide and unite — the city.
Talking won’t bring peace. But not talking could lead to another war.
Chances for de-escalation between Israel’s religious establishment and non-Orthodox movements in Israel and North America appear increasingly unlikely as new developments pile atop old ones adding layers of injury.
Non-Orthodox Jewish organizations in Israel plan to soon sue the Israeli government in order to secure a space at the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest site, for mixed-gender prayer, the groups said in a letter released July 11.