In Paris, Manhattan, and Jerusalem, tribute was made to the 11 victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue attack.
Benjamin Netanyahu blames the Brussels museum rampage on global anti-Israel rage. J.J. Goldberg explains why this is such a shocking change — and has dramatic implications.
Love was in the air atop the Empire State Building as three couples exchanged vows on Valentine’s Day, the only day weddings are permitted at the iconic New York City skyscraper.
A New York judge signaled on Monday he would probably allow the group that controls the Empire State Building to proceed with a plan to sell off the fabled New York landmark as part of a public stock offering despite the objections of dissident investors.
FORWARD EXCLUSIVE: The Empire State Building gunman was a disgruntled ex-employee. The company’s Syrian Jewish owner sat in shock for hours after the tragedy.
Havruta, a journal of the Shalom Hartman Institute, features a symposium on whether and how to criticize Israel in its February 2012 issue. It makes for interesting reading, with special shout-outs to Yossi Klein-Halevi’s thought-provoking letter to a right-wing friend and editor Stuart Schoffman’s delightful introduction.