Should Women of the Wall put their agenda aside while Israel suffers under a wave of terror attacks? For Shira Pruce, the answer is always the same: No.
Military commanders and the Netanyahu government sparred over the right strategy to end two months of stabbings, shootings and car-based attacks on Thursday as Israeli troops killed two Palestinians involved in violence in the occupied West Bank.
As I recently wrote in these pages, American Jews often cry wolf when it comes to anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment. However, even by a generous standard, this meme (which I’ve seen a few times circulated among my left-leaning friends on Facebook) is anti-Semitic.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday said Israeli and Palestinian leaders have reached a pivotal point and it was now up to them to make important decisions that will lead to lasting peace.
Israeli lawmakers approved an amendment that further postpones the mandatory military conscription of haredi Orthodox men and removes the penalties for not enlisting.
President Barack Obama called the parents of Ezra Schwartz, the 18 year-old American student murdered last week in a Palestinian terror attack in the West Bank, to offer his condolences.
Secretary of State John Kerry began a one-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories on Tuesday by describing a wave of Palestinian knife and car ramming attacks as terrorism that must be condemned.
Isaeli vintners seem less worried than politicians about the European Union’s latest attempt to single out products made in the occupied territories.
The Supreme Court of Israel will hear the appeal brought by the haredi Orthodox family of a transgender activist over the activist’s cremation.
Why did Facebook present the flag filter as an option on behalf of France, when it does not do so on behalf of other countries plagued by Islamic terror — including Israel?