Hillary Rodham Clinton is openly courting pro-Israel megadonors and vowing to help them fight the BDS movement. How will the Democratic frontrunner also please the party’s grassroots base, which is increasingly cool toward the Jewish state?
EDITORIAL: When it comes to conversion, America and Israel seem to be headed in two different directions. Is this really the moment for Israel to shun would-be Jews?
Want to show your Israeli pride when commenting on your bestie’s Instagram photos of their birthright trip? Well, now you can’t. It looks like the social media platform has banned the use of the Israeli flag emoji.
Jordan Farmar, a Jewish NBA player who won two league championships as a member of his hometown Los Angeles Lakers, is heading back to Israel to play for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
The popular Israeli navigation app Waze is launching a pilot carpooling program in Israel.
Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin called for building trust between the Arab and Jewish communities in Israel, during an Iftar meal with Arab leaders at his Jerusalem residence.
Israel coordinated the transfer of a pair of lion cubs from Gaza to a wildlife sanctuary in Jordan.
Iran ‘will continue to be an existential threat to Israel,’ Hillary Clinton said at a campaign event.
Michael Oren’s accusations need to be debated. But instead of focusing on the argument, too many have mounted personal and vicious attacks, writes Yossi Klein Halevi.
Hundreds of Palestinians marched in eastern Jerusalem to mark one year since the murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian kidnapped and burned alive by Jews in the wake of the kidnapping and murder last June of three Israeli teens.