Assuming no education, offering little knowledge, and affecting not to care about either, New York’s Jewish Museum promises ...
As the U.S. has responded to Iranian provocations in the Persian Gulf, various observers in the press have argued that National Security Advisor John Bolton somehow seeks to drag President Trump into ...
At the beginning of this month, a businessman from Hebron named Ashraf Jabari announced the formation of a new Palestinian political party, Reform and Development. Bassam Tawil describes its agenda, ...
The celebrated writer Herman Wouk died on Friday, just ten days before his 104th birthday. Between 1947 and 2012 he wrote sixteen novels, in addition to plays and non-fiction books; his last work, a ...
From the 4th through the 7th century CE, several communities flourished in the southern desert of the Land of Israel, which were abandoned after the Islamic conquest in 635 CE. Archaeologists have ...
To many Americans, the fact that Israel defines itself as a Jewish state, like its maintenance of a separate school system for its Arab citizens, seems foreign, if not downright unsettling. But, ...
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On a summer night in 1949, two men approached the Jordanian soldiers at a military post in the Old City section of Jerusalem, ...
Tom L. Freudenheim is an art historian who has served as the director of several museums, as Assistant Secretary for museums ...
Philologos, the renowned Jewish-language columnist, appears twice a month in Mosaic. Questions for him may be sent to his ...
When Syrian and Egyptian forces launched simultaneous attacks on Israel on Yom Kippur of 1973, the IDF found itself woefully unprepared. The high command, just ten days before the war began, finally ...
A weekly podcast, produced in partnership with the Tikvah Fund, offering up the best thinking on Jewish thought and culture. ...