Anita Weinstein was on the second floor of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994 when the ceiling and walls collapsed from the force of a truck bomb outside.
The journalist who broke the story of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s death has fled the country. Damian Pachter feared for his life as the explosive scoop shakes the country.
A Times of Israel blogger suggested Israel could be justified in carrying out genocide. Jane Eisner offers four lessons about the controversy — and what it says about the media today.
J.J. Goldberg shares three views of the Gaza crisis and how it ends. Maybe the war can be used to humble Hamas for good and as a lever to strengthen Mahmoud Abbas’s hand.
Israeli leaders are cheering the victory of India’s Narendra Modi. The Hindu nationalist is seen as a possible ally against the Muslim world, J.J. Goldberg writes.
The Times of Israel, a Jerusalem-based online newspaper, has launched an Arabic edition. The Forward asks founding editor David Horovitz what he hopes the site will accomplish in the Arab world.
Benjamin Netanyahu wants to start peace talks — or at least be seen as wanting to. That’s why his right wing allies have come out swinging to stop the talks before they begin.
Billionaire investor Seth Klarman is the money man behind the glossy new online Times of Israel. He has a less ideological outlook than other would-be barons of Israeli media.