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.
An enlightening interview with Prof. Aaron Ciechanover
Israel enjoys diplomatic relations with more than 160 countries, virtually all of which have sited their embassies in Tel Aviv or neighboring cities.
Through the Coronavirus Response Micro Grants program, ROI has helped its members run projects that have been invaluable in helping communities in Israel and throughout the world cope with COVID.
PTSD, which can permanently disrupt sufferers’ lives, is still considered shameful in Israeli society.
Following recent articles about poetry in The Jerusalem Report, three readers sent in these poems for your reading pleasure.
Just as soil north of the Gaza Strip isn’t like the soil in its south, different hospitals use different machines and protocols to provide different medical images.
Danon expresses his concern about US President Joe Biden administration’s potential return to a nuclear deal with Iran.
What conclusion can be drawn from the bizarre convergence of anti-Zionists, under the embrace of Iran?
The administration refuses to acknowledge that Iran desperately wants to rejoin a deal that was skewed in its favor.
The AGJC was officially formed on February 15 after last September’s Abraham Accords which normalized relations between Israel and both the UAE and Bahrain.
Moses settles a dispute
Studies have consistently revealed a contrast between strong public trust in Israel’s local government, and low public trust in the central government.
Young extremists from many settlements in the West Bank have been emboldened by the teachings of some of their more extremist rabbis and their writings for many years.
The Arab Spring’s revolutionary fervor has finally yielded new energies which can invigorate each Arab nation, the Muslim world as a whole and inspire other nations.
What is Purim hiding?
Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
Does Sa’ar have a chance of being Israel’s prime minister? Perhaps, but it might just depend on Naftali Bennett.
If you are an Orthodox Jew or political conservative, you will relish this book. But if you identify more as a liberal, and especially a Jewish liberal, please do not stop reading just yet.
We do not know why or when the Scroll of Esther was written. But more importantly than this, its content raises a number of difficult questions.
In his campaign to optimize the return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel, Reinstein has found massive support from the world of Bible-believing Christians.
JEWZY isn't a competitor to Netflix, but an add-on, a go-to place for Jewish entertainment when the family is in the mood for just that.
Even amidst the bleakness of COVID-19, there has been much positive change as the Jewish community rose to the occasion.
The Beresheet 2 project, like its predecessor, is expected to cost some $100 million.
Feel-good stories from public transportation.
It appears that wherever Jews have settled over the centuries we have had to adapt ourselves in a chameleon-like way to survive discrimination and persecution.