Kurds have taken advantage of the implosion of Iraq to push forward with their dream for an independent state. Why is Israel so quick to jump on the bandwagon?
The revenge killing of Mohammed Abu Khdeir has shaken even those with strong notions about the Mideast. Eli Valley takes a (graphic) look at an American Jew’s crisis of confidence.
There’s nearly 14,000 members of the tribe up there and the oldest Jewish camp in the nation. Two-thirds of its bucolic resorts refused to take Jews in the ’50s.
Palestinians are so angry, no one should be surprised at the kidnap-murders of three teenagers, Jay Michaelson writes. Or the Jewish revenge killing that followed.
Avigdor Liberman, Bibi Netanyahu’s foreign minister and perennial rival, has ended his alliance with the Likud over his spurned demands for harsher strikes on Hamas.