Nelson Mandela is a beloved icon for all of South Africa. Richard Goldstone, the controversial jurist, remembers Mandela’s legacy and his friendship.
The first known television interview with South Africa’s late anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela has emerged — and it was filmed in a former synagogue.
A French auction house cancelled the sale of a painting that equates a Palestinian militant serving multiple life sentences for murder with Nelson Mandela.
Tens of thousands of people protested Israel’s operation against Gaza in both London and Cape Town.
The bogus sign language interpreter whose meaningless gestures during Nelson Mandela’s memorial service in December made international headlines is about to get his second 15 minutes of fame – as the star of a viral ad campaign for a Tel Aviv-based live-streaming app called LiveLens.
The Anti-Defamation League will surely find a new chief when Abe Foxman retires next year. But J.J. Goldberg writes it can never replace Foxman — and it won’t be the same ADL.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has denied an explosive report that the South African freedom icon received training from Israeli agents in the early 1960s.
Nelson Mandela was trained by Mossad operatives in 1962, top secret documents reveal. The Israeli agents tried to foster Zionist sympathies in the budding black leader.
Avraham Verdiger, who died November 27, was the last Knesset representative of Haredi Judaism’s dwindling labor-progressive wing, Poalei Agudat Yisrael.
Nelson Mandela was a great leader, but his relationship with the Jewish community was rocky at times. Avi Weiss explains why he once protested his arrival in New York.