Israeli Druze leaders have mostly condemned a grisly attack on an ambulance that killed a wounded Syrian. But in the picturesque villages of the Golan Heights, members of the secretive sect are boiling with anger at the civil war raging across the border — and want action.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected comments attributed to the country’s religious services minister in which he attacked Reform Judaism.
Orange telecom CEO Stephane Richard was set to arrive in Israel to “clarify the misunderstanding” over his recent remarks about Israel.
Sheldon Adelson’s secret summit in Las Vegas has been declared a rousing success, with up to $50 million pouring into the coffers of pro-Israel campus groups. So why do some Jewish groups see its aggressive approach as a recipe for failure?
The attacker who stabbed two Jewish teenagers as they walked to the Western Wall on Shavuot night was a Christian-Israeli.
When David Axelrod, then a senior adviser to President Barack Obama, first learned that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly had referred to him and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel as “self-hating Jews,” he remembers feeling stung.
‘Abraham Path,’ a community-based tourism project in the West Bank, takes hikers on the ancient road of the patriarch Abraham. Naomi Zeveloff went on the journey into the rarely seen heart of the Palestinian territory.
With a shoestring budget and provocative tactics, Students for Justice in Palestine might not sound like a political dynamo. Yet it’s making its voice heard on campuses from coast to coast.
Jerusalem Day celebrates the unification of Jerusalem under Israeli rule. Naomi Zeveloff reports from the annual march that only underlines the city’s bitter divisions.
A new program called Covenant Journey aims to bring thousands of young evangelical Christians to the Holy Land. Is it just a vacation or will it build a lifelong commitment to Israel?