Can Israel's New Arab List Make History?

Israel’s main Arab parties have united into a single coalition. Some hope that this will change the electoral landscape and lure Jewish voters —  but can it deliver?


Fight Over Real-Life Schindler's List Rages in Court

The estate of Oskar Schindler’s shunned widow is fighting Yad Vashem for a suitcase filled with documents. The trove includes his famed list of Jews to be saved from the Nazis.


Is Interfaith Response a Silver Lining to Copenhagen Attacks?

The vigorous interfaith response to the Copenhagen shootings has inspired hope among both Jewish and Muslim leaders that a renewed determination is emerging to confront the proliferation of religious hatred.


Small France Town Seeks To Lure Paris Jews

The leader of a small Jewish community in central France is advertising his city as an alternative for Parisian coreligionists contemplating emigrating to Israel due to anti-Semitism.

Anti-Israel Protest Shuts British Factory of Drone Producer

Protesters temporarily shut down a British factory owned by a subsidiary of the Israeli weapons and machinery manufacturer Elbit Systems.

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