“Israel is a dream come true, and as a dream come true it is flawed, very flawed, and sometimes dangerously flawed or painfully flawed.”
“I came because change needs to happen and someone needs to push for it to happen.”
“I want the Jewish people and our people to see that there are very good relationships between us.”
The most iconic Israeli photograph, recognized by about 94% of the participants in the survey, depicts the release of Gilad Shalit
“As I am watching the world’s most powerful person recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s eternal capital — how could I not be choked up by that?”
When Shlomo Margaliot was 15, his mother sewed a stack of Reichsmarks into his shirt and sent him on the most important errand of his young life.
“Day and night we were together. I will miss your big voice, your smile, the way you said LAYLA TOV [good night] FREDDY before you sleep at night…”
The Bau sisters believe that these items’ permanent home should be in their museum, not in Yad Vashem.
Fifty years after the Six Day War, four Americans who moved to the Jewish state reflect on the decision to tie their fate to the Land of Israel.
Team Trump is causing chaos for Israeli officials as they prepare for the U.S. president’s first visit to Israel.