Ari Hoffman, a student at Stanford Law School, holds a Ph.D. in English literature from Harvard and writes widely on ...
Assuming no education, offering little knowledge, and affecting not to care about either, New York’s Jewish Museum promises ...
A common theme of today’s anti-Israel rhetoric in the U.S. is the notion that Israelis are European (i.e., “white”) colonizers oppressing the non-European (i.e., “brown”) indigenous Palestinian Arabs. ...
Between writing his first novel, Stalingrad, in the aftermath of World War II and his second, Life and Fate, after the death of Stalin, the great Soviet Jewish writer Vasily Grossman became utterly ...
While the Trump administration has reversed much of its predecessor’s effort to realign Washington with Tehran, and has effectively used sanctions to exert economic pressure on the Islamic Republic, ...
Best known for her husband’s claims that Iraq did not have a nuclear program in 2003, and her role in the ensuing scandal that resulted in the conviction of the vice-presidential aide Scooter Libby, ...
After finding that a recent special issue of the scholarly journal Israel Studies questioned certain academic orthodoxies, a few professors wrote an open letter and garnered over 100 signatures from ...
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 ...
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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, ...