Israel’s Labor Party Roiled by Demands To Out a Closeted Gay MK

The left is bitterly divided about whether lawmakers should be allowed to keep their sexual orientation private

The Ecstasy of Rage

In an excerpt from ‘Memoirs of a Jewish Extremist,’ the activist remembers Meir Kahane and the JDL

My Jewish Feminist Problem

Why my sisters can’t think straight about Israel

The Israeli Election Flow Chart

A guide to what will probably happen

In Memory of Ziad Abu Ein

In Arafat’s shadow, he died holding an olive branch, after a long struggle for control of the Palestinian national movement

An Interview with Israel’s Most Wanted Man, Rabbi Yehuda Glick

The man who may spark a religious war wants Jews to pray alongside Muslims on the Temple Mount. Is his dream a death wish?

Frantz Fanon Is the Manichaean Prophet of Today’s Middle East

The apostle of Third-Worldist violence as a cleansing flame is alive and well, and raging across the region

Being Ben-Gurion

In a new biography, historian Anita Shapira deciphers Israel’s inscrutable founding father

The Problem With Israel’s Nationality Law Is How Profoundly Un-Jewish It Is

Judaism is all about complexity and ambiguity, but the Knesset’s legislation is a sad display of simplistic thinking

A Father’s Legacy: Arthur Chaskalson Defended Mandela. Percy Yutar Put Him In Jail.

And now their sons live in the shadow of the great South African leader, who died one year ago today

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