When rape is politically-motivated by antisemitism, the punishment for such a crime should be en par with terrorism.
The demonstrations against Erdoğan stem from a sense among his opposition that he has crossed the line in Turkey.
John Kerry’s effort to revive the Middle East peace process has posed an interesting challenge to the Palestinians.
With the newest Superman film, “Man of Steel,” set for release next week, it seems only fitting to look back at the two men who created the world’s most famous superhero.
The welfare of the child requires that every allegation be investigated.
I favor eliminating the exemption of yeshiva students from military service and, without quibbling about details, I endorse the initiatives designed to end that disgraceful exemption.
Don’t think that secular Israelis are not just as divided as anyone else.
A society where anarcho-tyranny exists is a society without fundamental justice.
Anyone with a grain of theological education knows that the original Scripture of the Early Church was exclusively the Scripture of the Jews.
Jabari minces no words: "You hold up the Bible and say that God gave you this land. I hold up the Koran and say that Allah gave us this land."
Alcohol consumption fell by a third from 2003 to 2008.
Unfortunately for the president's strategy, the savage enemy treats his professed "humility" as groveling -- an invitation to double down on aggression.
In the 2011 Census, Christianity was still the largest religious group in England and Wales with 33.2 million people (59% of the population).
Time is precious.
Ask the Catholic Church how it feels about that.
Forty-six years ago, in the first week of June, Israel stunned the world when it wasn’t looking. Four years later, Israel stunned me when I wasn’t looking.
American news headlines over the past few weeks have focused on political targeting by the Internal Revenue Service of conservative groups. But Israel is experiencing its own form of political targeting by the state. The attorney general is leading an initiative to have a small group of radical juveniles who engage in mischief declared a terrorist organization.
During his visit to China last month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recalled that the city of Shanghai was “one of the few places that opened its gates” to Jews fleeing Hitler. Officials of the Chinese Communist government, standing nearby, beamed with pleasure at the expectation that people all over the world would read how their regime rescued Jews.
There are good reasons for Republicans to be hopeful about the 2014 midterm election.
Far from presenting "new and diverse perspectives," this $1 million project offers the usual academic obfuscation mixed with Islamist triumphalism.