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.
Drawing upon more than three decades as a Jewish educator and leader, Moments of the Heart evolved from a series of weekly Facebook video messages to an inspiring book.
Sarah’s short life, far from perfect, is passionate and purposeful yet vulnerable and flawed.
This historical novel by Matt Nesvisky, a former writer for both The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report, takes the reader on an emotional ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present day
An appreciation of an old-school journalist, who's death left a void in British and Jewish journalism.
A new book teaches how to strengthen the connection to the practices of the Jewish tradition in a way that comports with the sensibilities of Jews who are not, and likely never will be, observant.
Lena is justifiably proud of her students who go on to illustrious careers, but she also thrills to the music produced by the children with special needs.
“Now that we’re that close to Europe, it makes sense to go there,” she told me. At first I was very uncomfortable with the idea.
Today, SOS Children’s Villages Israel has crossed an exciting, but challenging, threshold. As one of the stronger branches of the international organization, it was determined that by 2020 it would become financially self-sufficient, as a result of a process that began in 2015.
“Finding Earth-size planets gets us asking that question that we’ve all asked, ‘if there are other planets like ours out there, is there life there?’”
One side of David not revealed in the biography was the Jekyll and Hyde transformation that took place once he got behind the wheel of his car. God help anyone who got in his way when he was driving.
Israel’s 23rd general election is set to challenge the president in a way none of his nine predecessors was ever challenged
Readers of The Jerusalem Report have their say.
A roundup of the last two weeks.
“You can build a throne with bayonets, but you can’t sit on it for long” – Boris Yeltsin
If Labor had been in power so many decades, it is quite possible that the same systemic diseases, rot and corruption would have set in, perhaps without the private pretensions of a would-be royal family
Elections used to create genuine excitement in Israel, but this is no longer the case. Election fever has been replaced by election fatigue. People are dreading the prospect of more deadlock and a fourth election.
“The time has come to diversify the discourse between the sides, bringing new faces and new ideas to the table,”
“It’s become my No.1 mission to bring the Christian world back to being in love with Israel, and back to being in love with the Jewish people,” says Pastor Larry
A new museum of Bangkok’s notorious red-light district is the brainchild of a ‘culturally Jewish’ Austrian with a colorful family history.
A week after his victory, Johnson made an encouraging pledge to combat boycotts against Israel, saying it tends to be targeted with “nauseating frequency.”
Mordechai Ben-Porat led an airlift of some 130,000 Iraqi Jews to Israel.
The most important question is why the Jews at Masada stopped fighting.
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.