The legislation offers asylum seekers from Sudan and Eritrea a choice of being locked up in prison or to agree to be deported to Rwanda.
The Israeli government’s attacks on Breaking the Silence reveal the degree to which occupation corrupts Israeli society’s most central institutions.
They’re not loving it.
According to the Shin Bet, he and his friends belong to an ideological group seeking to “change the government and bring closer the redemption.”
Israel’s military denied accounts by local residents that the militants were killed in an air strike.
With a few notable exceptions, Democratic leaders have been mostly silent on, or, worse yet, taking credit for Trump’s actions vis-à-vis Jerusalem.
A diplomatic solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is unlikely anytime soon. So what should civil society be doing in the interim?
The term, as used by the GOP, is reflective of an ideological strategy to unite two warring camps — and most Jews are not on their team.
This week, we asked our rabbis, “What are Jews? — a race, a religion, a culture, an ethnicity, a nation?” Here are their responses:
In some ways, the law prioritizes Diaspora Jews over non-Jewish Israeli citizens. But in other ways, Israeli law is antithetical to their values.