The Jerusalem Report is an editorially independent biweekly newsmagazine that offers original journalism from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Founded in 1990, The Jerusalem Report consistently aims to bridge the gaps between Israel and the Diaspora, and honestly assess Israel's relations with its Arab neighbors.
Orwell’s antisemitic streak is the most painful thing I have written about, because I am a great admirer of Orwell.
Loeffler takes the reader on a journey that stretches from minority rights through the idea of a universal Bill of Rights.
It seems that many people set themselves up for some form of disappointment just days or weeks into the new calendar year.
Today, as a prosperous hi-tech nation, can Israel truly justify asking for millions of dollars in charity from Jews abroad, especially when Israelis themselves give so little?
The results speak for themselves. Shas, headed by Arye Deri, registered a resounding success with traditional voters.
No doubt most American Jewish liberals are disgusted with President Trump – not only his administration’s policies, but also his insolence and dishonesty.
Fasten your seat belts because we may be heading for a period of unprecedented turbulence in Israeli politics.
It is known that there is a dearth of publishing opportunities for English-language writers in Israel.
The Way Back promises to pull its readers into a beautifully written web of smugglers and spies, Israel and the Middle East – and it fulfills this promise.
The wholly convincing interweaving of fiction with historical fact makes Promised Land a compulsive read, and we are left wondering about how life pans out for the main characters.
The economies of Israel and the Palestinians are intertwined as is the cheek-by-jowl proximity of neighborhoods, villages and settlements.
The famous Iditarod race in Alaska raises ethical questions.
David Berman believes that learning the ancient board game at an early age can be life-changing.
Knesset Member Pnina Tamano-Shata of Blue and White, a member of the Ethiopian-Israeli community, condemned the violence but said the outburst of rage followed years of pent-up frustration.
It would take a cataclysmic change similar to the end of the Cold War – for example, a universal Middle East peace – to change the Israeli political landscape.
As a Jewish Confederate Boy Scout in the 1940s and early ’50s, I first learned about the KKK.
Top Israeli and American officials, including US Ambassador David Friedman and Special Representative Jason Greenblatt, attended the opening on June 30 of Jerusalem’s Pilgrimage Road,
Whether or not you support Ehud Barak, Israel’s most decorated soldier is no idiot.
So what has turned this small stretch of much-contested real estate into the object of millennial Jewish longing and the keystone of Jewish identity?
‘Bucharest Diary’ is a vivid memoir by a former US envoy to Romania.
Now in her 80s, the protagonist opens up to the sympathetic writer about the horrors of the Holocaust in the Netherlands.
My blessed Yiddishe mother used to ask, when something was weirder than real life, in Yiddish of course, “Am I meshugge, or he is meshugge?”
I am fortunate to share an office at the Technion’s Samuel Neaman Institute with Rafi Nave, a hi-tech pioneer whose career spans four decades.
“A big part of Ramadan is the hospitality we give to others and…one of the big purchases (Muslims here) make is sweetened soft drinks which are very unhealthy,” Barakat told The Jerusalem Report.
“I knew that the Canadian government and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had come out a number of times against BDS, even referring to the campaigns as a ‘new form of antisemitism in the world.’