Rabbi Moshe Levinger, a founder of the settlement movement and the spiritual leader of the Jewish community of Hebron, has died.
A new program called Covenant Journey aims to bring thousands of young evangelical Christians to the Holy Land. Is it just a vacation or will it build a lifelong commitment to Israel?
For Rami Hod, the lessons of the most recent Israeli elections are clear: Without expanding its political base and building new constituencies, Israel’s progressive camp simply cannot win.
A recent string of incidents involving Jewish students at California campuses has spurred hysterical claims about a wave of anti-Semitism. Ari Y. Kelman says that’s patently false — and students are more than capable of learning from the events.
The City of Toulouse is preparing to defend in court its decision to prevent activists from meeting to promote a boycott of Israel and protest “Israeli apartheid.”
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper trumpets his unswerving support of Israel. Could the Conservative’s stand cement Jewish support in the looming national election — and why is politics so different north of the border?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new rightist coalition government, hobbled by a razor-thin parliamentary majority, was sworn in late on Thursday amid wrangling within his Likud party over cabinet posts.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to pass legislation giving Congress the right to review, and possibly reject, an international nuclear agreement with Iran.
A bill that would bar state pension funds from including companies that participate in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel passed an Illinois State House of Representatives committee.
The Vatican’s decision to recognize the state of Palestine in a treaty for the first time has drawn a stern response from Israel, but it may usher in a freer debate in Europe about how to proceed on the vexed Palestinian question.