All tears that fall at a graveside have the same color. That pain is the same for all.
It is our task to mourn alongside our fellow Jews — we must work to gain insight into the loss that Israelis feel on Yom HaZikaron.
If those who have lost dear ones as a result of the actions of the other side can see the humanity in the other side, there is indeed hope.
Fighting dangerous pathogens that rip through societies is not new to joint Israeli-Palestinian organizations like Combatants for Peace.
The Israeli alt-right, writes Israeli icon Noa, went to great lengths to present this monumental event as a ceremony for baby killers and terrorists.
Forward Scribe contributors from across the ideological spectrum reflect on the history and future of the Jewish state.
Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen rejects the two-state-solution, the desire among Israeli elites to become part of the West and the involvement of foreign governments in the conflict.
As an Israeli who fought at the age of 19 in 1973 Yom Kippur War and spent 35 years as a soldier and commander of the Israel Defense Forces, I have learned many lessons over the course of my lifetime about the price of war and the limits of what it can achieve.
For many Palestinians, the Zionist dream that established the State of Israel has been nothing but a nightmare.
Two IDF generals remember their fallen comrades — and look towards the future.