Naming a streetcorner for a Bulgarian who saved Jews might seem innocuous enough. The simple request sparked a fierce debate about the Balkan nation’s role in World War II.
Israelis were outraged that an amusement park forced Jewish and Palestinian students to visit separately. But, some say anti-Arab discrimination is more common than many realize.10
The Syrian civil war is a human tragedy. But it may benefit Israel by causing major geopolitical setbacks for two of its sworn enemies: Hamas and Hezbollah.18
Leaders of the South African Jewish and Muslim communities in Washington are trying to find ways, thousands of miles away from their homeland, to bring the groups together.14
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