Palestinians wave a giant national flag during a demonstration in March.

    American Jews Should Have a New Goal — Recognizing Palestine

    Now is not the time for despair among liberal American Jewish supporters of Israel. We must respond to new realities with one important move: urging our own government to recognize Palestine.

    On Iran, a Divide That Goes Beyond Bibi and Obama

    Much has been made of Benjamin Netanyahu’s alliance with American conservatives on Iran. J.J. Goldberg breaks down the lesser-known ties between the White House and Israeli generals.

    Fear, Trembling and Madness After Bibi’s Re-Election

    It’s election day in Israel, and Tuvia Tenenbom tours the country. He retells his encounters with bacon, the key to heaven and activists for the Arab List.

    Eye to Eye: Obama and Netanyahu embody two different narratives of the war.

    Divergent Views of the Holocaust Form Root of Tension With Israel

    The tension flaring between Israel and the United States is not new. Samuel G. Freedman writes the source is also the same: Two very different views of the Holocaust.

    A Better Way To Talk About the Holocaust

    In Israel, you either don’t talk about the Holocaust — or you make light of it. Cartoonist Lior Zaltzman longs for a middle path between pedestalizing and trivializing our past.