Israel

Ben & Jerry’s Unfair Boycott of Israel

The ice cream makers are wrong to single Israel out for criticism.

Differentiating between Demonizing and Critiquing Israel

What does legitimate criticism of Israel look like?

The Lessons Menachem Begin Left Us

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.

Israel and Intersectionality

Defending Israel on a playing field created by its enemies is a foolhardy game.

Israel: A Moral Beacon

Everything the Jewish state did in response to Hamas in Gaza has been defensive.

Don't Equate Israel’s Targeted Self-Defense with Hamas’s Aggression

It is inappropriate to posit moral and legal parity between the two sides. In all cases Hamas was the aggressor.

Sheikh Jarrah: The Facts

What really happened in Sheikh Jarrah, and what the laws are pertaining to the property that was the subject of the dispute that preceded the current military operation.

Appropriating ‘Apartheid’ to Bash Israel

Human Rights Watch traduces the sacred memories of South African victims.

Reunifying Jerusalem: Remembering Ammunition Hill

The decisive battle paved the way for Israel to reunify Jerusalem in 1967.

Israel at 73

The story of Israel is the wondrous realization of a 3,500-year link among a land, a faith, a language, a people, and a vision.

Dazzling Dead Sea Scroll Fragments Found In Cave of Horror

The Israel Antiquity Authority beat looters to caves in the Judean desert and discovered 2,000 year old biblical artifacts among other historical treasures.

The Unique Phenomenon of the IDF's Lone Soldier

What motivates young men and women from all over the world to volunteer for military service so far from their homes?

SNL’s Unfunny Anti-Israel Joke

The show falsely accused Israel of only vaccinating Jews; the reality is far different.

Jerusalem and the U.S. Administration

Understanding the geo-political dynamics of Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty.

Shattering the Apartheid Canard

It’s time to call out the anti-Semitism and hypocrisy.

Conspiracies, Jews, and the Jewish State

The Corona conspiracy is only the latest retelling of the same historic blood libel.

Muslim Indonesian Woman Hopes for Peace with Israel

Braving raging controversy, Azka Daulia thinks it's high time for Indonesia to establish diplomatic relations with Israel.

Obama’s Revisionist ‘Promised Land’

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.

U.S. Passports Can Now Say Jerusalem, Israel

Correcting an absurd historic injustice.

El Al's Historic Flight Over Saudi Arabia

It's encouraging to see prominent Arab thinkers – and the first Arab government in more than 25 years – rejecting the old rancor, and enumerating the gains peace can make possible.

Danny Danon’s Five Years at the United Nations

Exclusive conversation with Israel’s outgoing ambassador on everything from peace to the Torah.

United Arab Emirates, Jews and Israel: 7 Facts

UAE and Israel reach a historic accord to normalize ties between the two nations.

Israel Does Not Practice Apartheid

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is wholly different from the struggle against apartheid in South Africa.

Iranian Waiting for Political Asylum in Israel

Neda Amin, an Iranian journalist who made it to Israel and claimed political asylum to save her life, speaks to Aish readers.

Islamic Terrorism: From Libel to Bloodshed

What role does radical Islamist ideology and lies about Israeli schemes for the Temple Mount play in Palestinian terrorism?

Israel: A Quick Tour through Breath-Taking Photos

In honor of Yom HaAtzmaut, take a journey through the land of Israel.

Meet George Deek, Israel's First Christian Arab Ambassador

At age 35, he’s also Israel's youngest ambassador in the world today.

Turning Human Rights into a Bad Joke

The U.N. anti-Israel blacklist asserts that the most basic essentials – food, water, transportation, communication – raise “particular human rights concerns.”

Jon Medved: Israeli High-Tech Pioneer

For the founder of OurCrowd, a revolutionary venture capital fund that has raised $1.4 billion, the future for Israel's high-tech industry is bright.

An Arab Zionist's Harrowing Odyssey

Egyptian-born Hussein Aboubakr was 14 when he discovered much of what he was told about Israel was a lie. Today he wants Arabs to understand what Israel really stands for.

Did the French Hijack a Jewish Heritage Site?

The controversy behind Jerusalem’s Tomb of the Kings.

Yes, Anti-Zionism is Anti-Semitism

Here are three clear reasons.

Israeli Tech Tackles Water Crisis

The new documentary, Sustainable Nation, follows the stories of three Israelis who are changing the world with water technology.

Iran Banned from World Judo for Boycotting Israel

Until they allow their athletes to compete against Israeli athletes.

On Israel's Military Might and Moral Power

Israel’s national security and its national decency are closely linked.

Eli Cohen: The Real Story of Mossad's Master Spy

How did his dangerous work help Israel and what led to his identity finally being revealed?

Jews and Arabs Together against the Nazis

During the first three years of WWII thousands of Arabs and Jews from Mandate Palestine had fought side by side against the Nazi scourge.

Israel's Disengagement from Gaza

Revisiting a painful chapter in the history of modern Israel.

Ilhan Omar’s Guide to Israel

The controversial congresswoman is headed to the Holy Land. Here’s an itinerary that will help her see a few things that might change her heart and her mind.

What is Zionism?

The connection of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel has been an integral part of the Jewish story for at least 3,000 years.

Netanyahu Upfront

Israel Hayom's wide-ranging interview with Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently became the longest-serving prime minister in Israel.

When Terrorists Abuse Israel’s Humanitarianism

Palestinian bomb-maker exploits “medical permit” to carry out terror attacks.

The Pilgrims' Path: The Judaization of Jerusalem?

Archaeologist laud the path used by pilgrims to visit the Temple as one of the most significant finds from ancient Jerusalem.

I Grew Up Denying The Holocaust, Then I Led A Trip To Auschwitz

A Palestinian professor takes a group of Arab students to visit Auschwitz.

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