The inherent Israeli opposition to the right of return for the descendants of Arab refugees has nothing to do with demographics, David Bedein writes.
Though UNESCO’s resolution is offensive at times, it is not the statement Palestinians celebrate and Israelis bemoan, says Eetta Prince-Gibson.
The issue of settlements has reached a boiling point among the Israeli government, the US government, and settlers. J.J. Goldberg explains why.
Dr. Mandel explains the far left’s obsession with intersectionality and explains what Israel advocates can do to combat it.
For academic freedom to mean anything, it must be safeguarded from abuse, writes AMCHA Initiative’s Tammi Rossman-Benjamin.
It is a tragic reality that today in America, a Palestinian who wants to teach about the place where he was born is considered politically motivated and dangerous, Simone Zimmerman writes.
Most Israelis and Palestinians would support a two-state solution, but falsely believe that most others around them reject this model.
With the release of a new poll, Jay Michaelson says we need to review what a one-state, Jewish-control solution really means.
A Palestinian husband and wife who helped a Jewish family following a deadly terrorist attack in July are looking for work in Israel after being fired for assisting Jews.
A Palestinian representative of U.S.-based Christian charity World Vision denies new Israeli allegations that he funneled millions of dollars in aid money to the Islamist militant group Hamas.