With the release of a new poll, Jay Michaelson says we need to review what a one-state, Jewish-control solution really means.
Is it time to call it quits on Israel? We don’t think so. But we must be clear-headed to see the challenges Israel presents to us as Jews and as a people of critical thinking and not respond with more clichés and fanciful myths.
A new platform associated with the Black Lives Matter movement that describes Israel as an “apartheid state” committing “genocide” against the Palestinian people has triggered critical responses from Jewish organizations — even its allies.
The wide-ranging new platform of a coalition growing out of the Black Lives Matter movement includes harsh criticism of Israel, which it describes as an “apartheid state” that, it claims, perpetrates “genocide” against the Palestinian people.
The leader of a local Israeli government council said Thursday that he doesn’t want to see Arabs making use of pools in his locality.
Downtown Johannesburg has always been home to immigrants. Jews have been long since been replaced by African newcomers, but two synagogues remain.
In a new video ad, the Emergency Committee for Israel takes on Hillary Clinton, trying to drive home the notion that she is no great friend of the Jewish state.
Israel could become an apartheid state without the creation of a Palestinian state, former South African leader F.W. de Klerk said on Israeli television.
Although the word ‘apartheid’ often gets thrown around when it comes to Israel and Palestine, Ian Buruma wonders whether that’s an accurate use.
Benjamin Pogrund, a South African-born journalist, says the A-word does not currently apply to Israel: There’s no planned institutionalized racism there, and that’s what “apartheid” means.