You may think camouflage face paint is about blending in. But done right, it can be the key to that standout military look you crave.
Extending a welcoming hand in a warm, inviting gesture, Eleonore Merza says: Please, come in. In another minute she might have asked: Who wants coffee and who wants tea? It was a moment that fused a reenacted past with an imagined future, next to a mound of basalt stones in the Golan Heights. Merza, 36, wants to build her house here, on the exact spot where her family’s house once stood.
French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday an international conference due in late May in Paris to relaunch peace talks between Palestinians and Israelis had been postponed but would take place this summer.
Israelis, you better get ready to sing ♬ לואי, לואי, לואי ♬ because Louis C.K., New York’s most irreverent comedian, is packing up and heading for the Holy Land. And no joke is off limits.
For the second year in a row, the Detroit area’s Walk for Israel has rebuffed the sponsorship of left-wing pro-Israel groups because of their support for boycotting settlements.
Let’s get realistic, Natasha Gill writes. Humanization between individuals does not resolve conflict between groups.
The traditional pro-Israel orthodoxy Republicans once fought to enforce is no longer sacred, Matthew Finkelstein writes.
As Hamas rebuilds its war infrastructure, the status quo is again building toward war, Nathan Hersh writes.
Archaeologists in Israel have recovered bronze statues and thousands of coins from a merchant ship that sank off the Mediterranean coast some 1,600 years ago during the late Roman period.
You could hear a pin drop in much of the progressive world when another Hamas tunnel was recently discovered. This silence is a moral and political mistake, Jay Michaelson writes.