JNS.org, Jonathan S. Tobin
As Israel prepares for a change in leadership, a new documentary film on one of the country's founding fathers is a reminder of what his successors can learn from him.
JNS.org, Dov Moshe Lipman
In his new memoir, the former U.S. president misleads readers in a way that will forever shape their negative perspective of the Jewish state.
The slanted headlines and stories by The New York Times are important not because they turn most Americans against Israel, but because they influence Jewish opinion.
JNS.org, Evelyn Gordon
The U.N. anti-Israel blacklist asserts that the most basic essentials – food, water, transportation, communication – raise “particular human rights concerns.”
Eldad Beck, JNS.org
New documents shed light on the massive rescue effort of the Polish government-in-exile during World War II and unsung hero Ambassador Aleksander Ładoś.
Faygie Holt, JNS.org
Less than 24 hours after the attack, Jews sang and danced, celebrating the dedication of a new Torah scroll.
Alyza Lewin, JNS.org
Applying Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to Jews is not new. It's the “adoption” of the IHRA Definition of Anti-Semitism that’s causing all the commotion.
Deborah Fineblum, JNS.org
Since 1989, thousands of Poles have discovered their Jewish roots and are free to pursue what it means to be a Jew.
Arabs came to the protest in Tel Aviv because they oppose the very existence of a Jewish state, including its most innocuous symbol.
The new law isn’t meant to be read in isolation, but in concert with other Basic Laws enshrining Israel’s democratic system and fundamental human rights.
JNS.org, Stephen M. Flatow
The Jewish people’s roots in eastern Jerusalem go back thousands of years, long before any Arab claims.
Oren Peleg, JNS.org
Capt. Elgen Long, a 90-year-old from Oregon, was recently honored as a “hero of Israel and the Jewish people.”
David Gemunder, JNS.org
This should not be a controversial piece of legislation. It doesn’t seek to ban hateful speech, just to define it.
Yaakov Menken, JNS.org
Israel is working around the clock to keep the crossing open and functional, despite Hamas’ own attacks on it.
It is inaccurate to say “Polish death camps” but the new law is an attempt to deny any complicity and the long history of Polish anti-Semitism.
Israel Hayom, Chaim Fogel, JNS.org
The author’s son Udi, daughter-in-law Ruth and three of his grandchildren were murdered by terrorists in Itamar in March 2011.
Israel Hayom, Eldad Beck, JNS.org
President Macron equated anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism and said Jew-hatred wasn’t born with the Vichy regime, nor did it die after the liberation of France.
Adam Abrams, JNS.org
The influence of the BDS movement’s cultural boycott of the Jewish state appears to be waning.
Eliana Rudee, JNS.org
Taking pride in the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem's reunification.
Israel Hayom, JNS.org, Ruthie Blum
Nikki Haley, the new U.S. ambassador to the UN, blasts the organization’s anti-Israel bias.
Nadav Shragai, Israel Hayom, JNS.org
Ten centuries of Islamic sources confirm Jewish ties to the Temple Mount.
JNS.org, Dr. Rafael Medoff
‘Poisoning’ accusations are a Palestinian tradition.
Elizabeth Luz sent back and forth over 1,000 letters between hidden children and their parents during the Holocaust.
Annika Hernroth-Rothstein, Israel Hayom, JNS.org
The Jewish community shared their lives and homes as if I was family -- because to them, I was.
Judith Bergman, Israel Hayom, JNS.org
Time to start loving and stop hating.
Jacob Kamaras, JNS.org
A book on Israel’s water solutions has the makings of a grassroots movement.
Israel Hayom, JNS.org, Boaz Bismuth
The barbaric attacks in Paris have made it clear that Islamist jihad has arrived, and it intends to kill, terrify and conquer.
Alina Dain Sharon, JNS.org
Facebook is faced with a lawsuit for facilitating pages that incite violence against Jews.
Israel Hayom, Meital Yasour Beit-Or, JNS.org
Heading the ICU, Prof. Sorkin treated PM Menachem Begin, was with PM Yitzhak Rabin on the day of his assassination, and cried with victims of terror.
Israel Hayom, Mudar Zahran, JNS.org
What would happen if Israel were to disappear and be replaced by a Palestinian state.
Greenberg, baseball’s highest-paid player before the war, was the first Major Leaguer to enlist.
One possible answer to Pope Francis’s question.
Ambassador Dror Eydar, Israel Hayom, JNS.org
A wide-ranging interview with Dr. Qanta Ahmed, a physician and Muslim intellectual who defends Israel to the world.
Sean Savage, JNS.org
Israeli and Jewish groups on frontline of Nepal earthquake relief efforts.
The Gaza war means a particularly sobering Yom Hazikaron for Israel this year.
Palestinian terrorism verdict shatters long-held myths and illusions.
Israel Hayom, Sal Emergui, JNS.org
Friends and family of the slain Argentine prosecutor believe there will be no justice for the bombing victims, nor for him.
A new Torah scroll for the U.S. military re-writes a legacy.
Animated soccer stars compete against evil clones who wear uniforms bearing a logo that looks like the Star of David.
Campus eviction notices are fake, but their anti-Semitism is real.
75 years ago the “death sentence for the Jews” was handed down while the U.S. remained silent.
Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, JNS.org
Jewish students tell university administrators: stop hiding.
JNS.org, Josh Hasten
French anti-Semitism and French aliyah skyrocket on parallel tracks.
JNS.org, Mayaan Jaffe-Hoffman
Meet Rose Marchik, a Jewish foster mother who has cared for over 150 children.
It won’t increase the chances for peace. It will just give the Palestinian another opportunity to glorify mass murderers.
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