New York Times
A Conspicuous Absence on Israel's List of Top Baby Names
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Muhammad was by far the most popular name for babies born in Israel last year: 1,986 boys shared the name of the Muslim prophet, nearly twice the number of the top girls' name, Tamar, at 1,092. That fact alone was worthy of note, ...
Israel's List of Year's Most Popular Baby Names Leaves Out Number One ...
Israel, Palestinians Part Ways in Dueling Speeches
In a pair of fiery speeches at the United Nations, the Israeli and Palestinian leaders appear to have abandoned any hope of reviving peace talks and instead seem intent on pressing forward with separate diplomatic initiatives that all but ignore each ...
Poll shows fewer Palestinians support Hamas, new intifada against Israel
Israel's prime minister and the Palestinian president trade accusations at the ...
Israel Foreign Minister Says Abbas Isn't Reliable Peace Partner
Israel really hasn't silenced dissent
As I write this, the most-emailed post on the New York Times website is a short piece called “How Israel Silences Dissent,” by Mairav Zonszein who, like me, moved to Israel from America where she was born. And like me, she is a leftist and a political ...
A Wannabe Radical Slanders Israel in the New York Times
To Slam Israel, a New York Times Op-Ed Deceives Its Readers
In Israel, biblical land-use laws call for creative workarounds
JERUSALEM — On Friday (Oct. 3), when Israeli Jews sit down for their pre-Yom Kippur meal, prior to the Day of Atonement fast, many will be discussing where to buy their produce during this agricultural sabbatical year. That's because this Jewish New ...
Israel Begins a New Year
The 615th Commandment: Stand Up For Israel Every Day
What Israel Really Wants from Ties with China and India
Writing in Foreign Affairs last week, Rory Miller made the classic mistake of using accurate facts to jump to an erroneous conclusion. He gleefully pronounced the failure of Israel's effort to convert burgeoning economic ties with India and China into ...
Bizarre op-ed on Israel by Patricia Marks Greenfield in Friday's Post
There are a lot of strange things about this op-ed, which tries to paper over the gap between a reasonable call for Israel to treat its minority citizens more fairly and a highly unreasonable call for Israel to integrate the populations of the West ...
The New Year, Israel, and Two Powerful Sermons
Why Israel pretends Mohammed isn't there
"Israel" Got It Wrong
Israel Prize laureate Zach backs Abbas's claims of 'Gaza genocide'
Nathan Zach, the famed poet and Israel Prize laureate, was quoted in Hebrew-language media outlets on Tuesday as saying that he supported Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's characterization of Israel's actions in the Gaza Strip this past ...
'Lancet' Editor Visiting Israel Amid Anti-Semitism Uproar
In addition, The Lancet published an article by Dr. Swee Ang in February of 2009 titled "The Wounds of Gaza," replete with factual errors and defamatory accusations against Israel, such as "deliberate targeting of unarmed children." It was only taken ...
Richard Horton's war on Israel
Police seize ISIS flag, other jihad material in home of Israeli teacher
The teacher from Kfar Kara, in the Wadi Ara region of central Israel, was taken to the police station in Iron for questioning. The suspect admitted that he brought the materials back to Israel from Jordan where he was studying. Police said the ...
Throwing Israel Into the Sea, In German Submarines
Is Israel immune to the forces pulling other Middle Eastern nation states apart?
Israeli Arab Who Fought for ISIS in Syria 'Made a Mistake'
The Outrageously Inappropriate Place Anti-Israel Activists Staged a 'Blood ...
Jewish anti-Israel activists traveled to sites around Israel – including the national Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem – to stage a “blood bucket challenge” to protest Israeli policies they described as “genocide” and “apartheid.” The group, which calls ...
Anti-Israel activists stage 'blood bucket challenge' at Holocaust memorial
Jewish Anti-Israel Group Stage Blood Bucket Challenges Around Israel [VIDEO]
Ohio University Student Senate Secretary Resigns In Wake Of President's Anti ...