When the US was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001, I was the same age as the current cadets at West Point are now.
This has been a tough week for all of us at HIAS, but it has been so much worse for the people of Afghanistan.
A haredi Orthodox activist from Brooklyn and an Israeli-American businessman teamed up to help dozens of Afghans, including some former soccer players
The scenes from Afghanistan seem too dire to overcome. But there are things each of us can do right now that can make a major impact.
The disaster unfolding in Afghanistan is a tragedy we’ve seen before.
Jews know the story unfolding in Afghanistan — and know it doesn’t end well for those left behind. We must act now, before it is too late.
“We all know that they were not fond of, mildly speaking, keeping heritage sites of other religions,” said one rabbi active in restoration work.
Just weeks after U.S. forces and their allies in the Northern Alliance had routed the Taliban from most of Afghanistan, the NY Daily News assigned me to accompany an odd delegation to the country on a 24-hour visit.
Mideast experts weigh in on whether America’s credibility as a reliable partner has been tarnished among U.S. allies.
A Foreign Policy profile of Zabulon Simentov uncovered some incredible stories.