Think Michael Oren’s book or Judy Nir Moses’s joke were offensive? A third event involving an Israeli mayor’s graduation gift shows these are not isolated incidents, Lior Zaltzman writes.
Michael Douglas played the tourist over the weekend after accepting the 2015 Genesis Prize in Jerusalem last Thursday.
More than two-thirds of Israelis object to the removal of a Conservative rabbi from a bar mitzvah ceremony for disabled children intended to take place at the Israeli president’s residence.
Israel held unannounced diplomatic level talks with Turkey on Monday to explore prospects, after Turkish polls, of restoring an alliance that was once central to U.S. Middle East policy but has soured dramatically under Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan.
Israel denounced the U.N. report on possible Gaza war crimes as biased before the ink was even dry. J.J. Goldberg writes that the 183-page document asks serious questions — and we all deserve answers.
Druze villagers on the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights attacked an Israeli military ambulance and one of two Syrian casualties it was carrying from the civil war next door died.
For months, France has considered taking a more active role in advancing Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Israel wants no part of it.
Michael Oren speculates that Obama’s conciliatory policy toward the Muslim world is rooted in ‘daddy issues.’ That’s not professional psychoanalysis — it’s cheap gossip, Lisa Goldman writes.
Representatives of J Street U and Hillel met and failed to immediately agree on how best to collaborate on the national level.
An Israel Defense Forces ambulance carrying wounded Syrians to local hospitals was attacked by Druze residents of Israel.