Eleven years after a Washington D.C. homeowner uncovered a 1920s synagogue mural, the artwork faces a deadlier threat than time: the city’s booming condo market.
What does Israel gain from blaming the Palestinian Authority for rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip? Nathan Jeffay explains.
Ultra-Orthodox rabbis are dead wrong to condemn whole streams of Judaism. But Jane Eisner writes that many of us make blanket condemnations of Haredim — and it’s no less shameful.
Now that the Spanish king is quitting, Josh Nathan-Kazis asks if the proposed citizenship law for Sephardic Jews will die — or will he still get to return to the land of his ancestors?