As an American-Israeli, I'm struck by how little Jews understand the other’s cultures and concerns
Obama needs to find a "success" in the Mid-East so cue the "peace process." Israel, expect pressure.
The student created a crisis where none existed, specifically targeting a Jewish, pro-Israel prof.
Isn't it curious that groups identified as "Left" enjoy generous funding from capitalist bodies?
Police uncovered the terrorist's plans to "carry out an attack on Tel Aviv kindergarten students."
Rubio or Kasich would make fine Presidents-but neither will be the 2016 GOP nominee
This Presidential Campaign shows a dangerous path of divisiveness waged by both the far-left & right
Trump didn't create the GOP's disconnect with the voters—he illuminated and exploited it.
"He (Obama) must not go further down this path of ego, hubris and vengeance"
Palestinian Evangelical churches are dedicated to the cause of anti-Zionism; as are some 'rabbis'
The width of pre-'67 Israel (8-15 miles) equals the distance between JFK & La Guardia airports in NY
Burg rejects Israel as a Jewish state; says Israel "like Germany just before the rise of Hitler”
Biden unwittingly advocated the anulment of the Oslo Accords, the foundation of Arab terror.
It is not just the "Devil" in the details; there is beauty and order there as well-like the Mikdash
Newsweek's article on child abuse in the Hasidic community forces us to confront the scourge of abuse
Modern Orthodoxy's long-term existence is challenged by the extraordinary costs of its lifestyle
Depicting Jews as pushy is often done to intimidate them into silence or acquiescence-right Hillary?
It's the PM’s job to protect his nation; It's the attorney general’s job to protect PM's policies
Yes, Israel practices apartheid: It persecutes the Jewish majority while benefiting an Arab minority
President Obama was inclined to push Israel to take some unpleasant bargaining positions with the Palestinians, especially concerning settlements.
But underlying the current dispute is something of even broader moment than the establishment of a separate prayer space for non-Orthodox prayer in close proximity to the Kotel.
Rabbi Mordechai Millunchick has been looking for bones in Chicago’s museums since 2008.
“When one door closes another one opens,” she answered, her mind already a whirlwind of plans that would change their lives for the next two decades.
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