The Muslim Brotherhood called for an "Islamic Intifada" – a violent uprising – against Israel Friday following the day's deadly Palestinian terrorist attack in Jerusalem.
The domestic political importance of CUFI’s zealous members is not lost on anyone in Washington.
Why should the Rabbinate be involved in conversion? Because of the Law of Return, the foundation upon which the State was established. It is impossible to circumvent the interface between the determination of religion by an official religious body and Israeli citizenship
Hamas are not burrowing tunnels because Gaza has no port. They are burrowing them despite the fact it does not have one.
Iran will never abandon its desire for a Shia Crescent from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea because it is needed in order to keep their regime alive
Sarsour is a fraud. She claims to be a civil rights activist but is an anti-Semite. She preaches non-violence but encourages violence against Israelis.
A closer and deeper reading will show that what is important is not gender; rather, when it comes to Eretz Israel, the important variable, the fundamental thing, is what makes something “mine.”
Due to the UNESCO decision, the Israeli government has nothing to lose anymore and can simply let the multiple home sales in the ancient part of Hebron go through.
Critics of Israel claim Israel’s security checkpoints “restrict” and “humiliate” Palestinian travelers. While that is open to debate there is one absolute fact: Checkpoints save lives.
Roland and the NYU team that accompanied him trained the surgeons at Shaare Zedek Medical Center to do this procedure well so that next time they can operate autonomously.
Non-Orthodox denominations seem to have declared war on the status quo at a suspiciously convenient moment, their uproar coming at a time of declining identification with Judaism and Israel throughout their ranks.
To Jew-haters, any inconsistency is permissible. What makes this hard for many Jews to understand is that it doesn’t conform to their worldview, in which enemies are on the right and allies are on the left.
There are around 100,000 Israelis here. We call it the second Israel. There are chummus shops and falafel shops – you feel very much at home. It’s like a huge kibbutz.