A Manhattan high-schooler describes how one student was roasted in the comments, simply for posting photos of his trip to Israel.
“I support a two-state solution.” Great to hear! But unless the year is 1993, it’s hardly a bold statement.
The first time I sprinted to a bomb shelter, it was a stairwell in a rental-car agency in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The independent board that reviews Facebook’s moderation choices told the company to revise its policy around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
It’s time for Jews to join with Palestinians and engage in intercommunal civil resistance to the Israeli occupation.
“Jerusalem” is an entertaining, sometimes reductive and regularly challenging docuseries.
Mossi Raz, a longtime peace activist, wants to see progress, but knows the new coalition doesn’t have the issue on its agenda.
Haviva Ner-David was just starting to promote her debut novel, about the intersecting lives of two Israeli women — one Jewish, one Palestinian — when last month’s military escalation with Gaza erupted, accompanied by the worst internecine fighting between Jewish and Arab citizens in recent memory.
Groups like IfNotNow and Jewish Voice for Peace more than doubled their followers. But what does that mean for their advocacy?
‘Americans can expect a Prime Minister who thinks outside of the box and is a straight shooter,’ a Bennett ally said.