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AMONA — In a dramatic clash with residents of this hilltop outpost, the state seemed to have won. Over two sometimes violent days, security forces evacuated the residents, along with … more
Late last month, on the eve of Black History Month, a delegation of African-American journalists landed in Ghana to cover international development projects … more
JERUSALEM — The United States refused to comment on Israel’s passage of a bill that retroactively legalizes settler homes built on private Palestinian land, saying the Trump … more
The Midrash in Kohelet Rabbah teaches that G-d told man, “Be careful not to spoil or destroy my world—for if you do, there will be nobody after you to repair it.” For more than a … more
Settlement expansion “may not be helpful” in achieving peace, the Trump administration said, its first pronouncement on an issue that has for decades confounded U.S.-Israel … more
Remember John Howard Griffin’s 1961 book “Black Like Me,” about a white journalist who posed as an African-American in order to experience what life was like for blacks … more
On an unseasonably warm Friday in early January, the tune of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” drew more than a hundred baseball fans to an empty lot in the center of Beit Shemesh, a small … more
A Palestinian driver rammed a truck into a crowd of Israeli soldiers Sunday at the scenic Haas Promenade overlooking Jerusalem’s Old City, killing four and injuring 16 others in a terror attack … more
Last Wednesday, when a manslaughter conviction was handed down against IDF soldier Elor Azaria, was a complex, difficult and sad day for Israel. Some in Israel called it a black day; others touted it … more
My dad is coming from the U.S. to visit us in Israel this week. As always, we will devote one morning to praying at the Kotel. As always, he will stop by the hugest worn-off stone—his regular … more
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