JINSA, a prominent conservative Jewish think tank that focuses on security and defense issues, faces new instability. It dumped its top executive officer after only three months on the job.
For one Jewish family, August began with an Olympic gold medal. It ended with a bat mitzvah some feared would never come.
Israel’s establishment is so split over an attack on Iran that it’s tough to tell the players without a scorecard. The Forward offers a primer on who stands where.
As the possibility of an Israeli strike on Iran looms, the country’s security establishment is divided as never before over the wisdom and feasibility of a unilateral attack.
This article has been sent!Close