An Israeli group called V15 is portrayed by some as a shady conduit for American money to Benjamin Netanyahu’s opponents. The truth is a good deal hazier, as Nathan Guttman explains.
Why are Greek Jews welcoming the election of a leftist party critical of Israel? Because they’ve has been hit hard by the economic crisis that the new government vows to end.
A report shows that Israel has the 12th-largest ‘shadow economy’ out of 34 countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Inside the untaxed world of the Holy Land.
When Ron Dermer became Israel’s ambassador to the U.S., he vowed to leave his Republican leanings at the door. Don’t ask the White House what it thinks of that claim now.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to embrace the Republican Congress on Iran appears to have backfired spectacularly. Will it undo years of building bipartisan support for Israel?
David Landau, who has died at the age of 67, was one of Israel’s leading journalists. He was also as trenchant and provocative as he was charismatic and personable.
Ayelet Shaked is a young Tel Aviv mother of two. She’s also a secular star of Israel’s far right Jewish Home party, which is rising fast in the polls.
Michael Oren, once a close Netanyahu ally, has lashed out at the premier over his planned speech to Congress. Is Oren motivated by genuine concern — or political maneuvering?
J Street U is going off campus with its criticism of the ‘hypocrisy’ of tacit American support for the Israeli occupation. Will youthful idealism push their elders to action?
By accepting an invitation from Congress, did Benjamin Netanyahu pull off a coup that will outflank the White House on Iran? Or make an embarrassing gaffe that will cost him dearly?