The inherent Israeli opposition to the right of return for the descendants of Arab refugees has nothing to do with demographics, David Bedein writes.
Run by the Israel Defense Forces, the country’s field doctors can set up a hospital in 12 hours. Now the WHO might give Israel its only top score for disaster medical work.
Though UNESCO’s resolution is offensive at times, it is not the statement Palestinians celebrate and Israelis bemoan, says Eetta Prince-Gibson.
Hillary Clinton likes to trumpet her support for Israel to Jewish groups. But according to e-mails leaked from the Democratic nominee’s presidential effort, her campaign manager Robby Mook wanted her to remain silent on the subject.
Following the United Nations’ cultural agency’s decision, Mexico’s ambassador to the organization, Andrés Isaac Roemer Slomianski, walked out of the session in protest of his country’s support for the Arab-sponsored resolution. The story might end there for the Mexican Jewish envoy, but the Mexican envoy contains, and here we examine in them four fun facts.
There’s no reason to think Zionism’s goals depend on a system that enforces a demographic majority, Joshua Schreier and Mira Sucharov argue.
Victims of an Israeli raid that killed 10 people in 2010 on an aid flotilla fear a Turkish court is set to halt a case brought by them because of a deal to restore ties between Israel and Turkey, a lawyer representing the victims said on Monday.
Avi Shafran, a Haredi Jew with a non-Zionist perspective, calls out UNESCO for its flat-out denial of Jewish history.
The 3,000 men, women and children at Tel Aviv’s newly renovated Habima Square last December were waiting anxiously to hear Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, the St. Louis-born mystic and scholar whose quiet demeanor belies incendiary scholarly writings that are inspiring a generation of Jewish supremacists.
Jewish and Muslim leaders gathered at Israeli President Reuven Rivlin’s Jerusalem home on Thursday night in a meeting intended to make a united front against religious violence.