Gandhi says, if you want to win with violence, you will win with violence, but the violence will stay in the community after you win
As a Jewish kid growing up attending religious day school and high school, I wasn’t aware of the Palestinians living in Israel.
The attacker was stopped by civilian bystanders, who wrestled him to the ground. Some of the bystanders kicked the downed Palestinian man.
Jews were still discussing, arguing over and worrying about Israel right up until the 2016 election. And then it all stopped when Trump came along.
It’s a question we need to stop asking. Here’s why:
Pro-Israel students mustered a rare show of unity to protest campus speaker (and convicted terrorist) Rasmea Odeh.
Former Israel ambassador Dan Shapiro thinks Trump would have something in common with Palestinian real estate magnate Bashar Masri, who built Rawabi.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he is not a BDS supporter in an interview with Al Jazeera.
Given Netanyahu’s legal troubles, the Trump administration should prepare for the possibility that Israel may have a new prime minister.
Activists who want to rebuild a Jewish temple on the Temple Mount are planning what could be an incendiary Passover sacrifice not far from the holy site.