It's Jew vs. Jew as Iran Sanctions Fight Gets Ugly

The nasty fight over Iran sanctions is pouring into the heart of the Jewish community, as liberals and conservatives trade accusations of ‘bullying,’ J.J. Goldberg writes.

What York University Can Learn From Israel

At Toronto’s York University, a student wants to be exempt from group work because his religion forbids ‘mingling with women.’ What lessons can the school draw from Israel’s ultra-Orthodox community?

Scarlett Johansson: 'No Guilt' About SodaStream

Scarlett Johansson says her favorite thing about SodaStream is that ‘I don’t feel guilty.’ Isn’t it awkward for her that the company profits from the Israeli occupation?

What If Ariel Sharon Had Died 8 Years Ago?

If Sharon had died the day after his stroke in 2006, on the personal level, it would have probably been far easier for his family. But on the national level, his death would have been a highly divisive affair.

Israel's Got No Business Banning Nazi Symbols

The new Israeli bill that would ban Nazi symbols may have worthy motives underlying it. But it’s still dangerous and anti-democratic.