Even in cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, city buses stop running at sundown Friday and don’t start rolling again until nightfall Saturday. That may be about to change.
Twice a year, Filippo Grandi comes to the U.S. to negotiate funding for UNRWA, the U.N. agency that helps Palestinian refugees. It’s a tough sell that hasn’t gotten any easier.
The protest movement known as Israel Apartheid Week is well underway at campuses across the U.S. And this year, there’s a new college on the roster: Brandeis University.
Jewish students are lining up behind Muslim classmates who were targeted by New York police in a controversial intelligence effort. Older communal leaders are mostly backing the NYPD.
Billionaire investor Seth Klarman is the money man behind the glossy new online Times of Israel. He has a less ideological outlook than other would-be barons of Israeli media.
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