Ksenia Svetlova is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Middle East programs and is a former member of the Israeli Knesset, a researcher, and a writer.
By Ksenia Svetlova
A war for others: As Israeli democracy falters, the country walks a fine line in Ukraine
Israel has mastered the art of tiptoeing around Russia’s war in Ukraine
What Netanyahu’s win in the Israeli elections means for the war in Ukraine
Russia is celebrating Netanyhu’s win. But does Putin still have a partner in Israel?
Maronite Christians Seek To Revive Aramaic Language
On a hot August day in the Galilee, a group of schoolchildren in the Arab Christian village of Jish counted diligently, from one to 10, after their instructor. But the words, though similar to Arabic and Hebrew, were neither. ”Chada, tarteyn, telat, arba, khamesh,” they recited, ”shet, shva, tamney, teysha, asar.” At this unique summer…
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This lawmaker and rabbi was scheduled to deliver an invocation. His colleagues replaced him with a Christian
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