Israel has long asserted that its 1967 land conquests in the Six Day War were unplanned.
It is one thing to lose a spouse in war. It is another to lose a child to a senseless carnage that could have possibly been prevented.
Sadly, what began as an evening at the theatre for our editor in chief has turned into a political statement. This and more in Jane Looking Forward.
Jews were still discussing, arguing over and worrying about Israel right up until the 2016 election. And then it all stopped when Trump came along.
NEW YORK — If you’ve been reading the opinion pages of America’s major newspapers recently, you probably know the Six-Day War broke ou…
NEW YORK — United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres criticized Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and called for the establish…
Forward editor in chief Jane Eisner discusses the “painful ambiguity” of the Six-Day War in an interview on National Public Radio.
Polling data finds that far more Israelis distrust their leaders today than in 1967.
Fifty years after the Six Day War, four Americans who moved to the Jewish state reflect on the decision to tie their fate to the Land of Israel.
Within days of capturing East Jerusalem and the West Bank in the 1967 Middle East war, Israel was examining options about their future.