High Court in the Hot Seat
I am more worried than I have ever been about the future of Israel,” says attorney Dorit Beinisch, former president of Israel’s Supreme Court, as well known in Israel as the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in the United States.
Winners and Losers in the Most Recent Israeli Election
Twenty Five Years After Yitzchak Rabin’s Assassination, Israel Remains Divided
“The incitement and rhetoric did not come from all sides. In Israel, incitement reads from right to left.”
Meet the Judge Presiding Over Bibi’s Trial
The Gang Rape in Eilat Is Not the Exception Israelis Think It Is
Jerusalem: A City Divided by Sound
Jewish Word | When the Past Is Present and the Present Is Past
We Jews are obsessed with history. From ancient to modern times, from the Flood to the Exodus to the destruction of the Temples and the exiles, from the Middle Ages to the Inquisition and the pogroms to the Holocaust to the establishment of the State of Israel, we recall and retell our history.
The Heavy Price of Israel’s Coronavirus Lockdown
The Start-Up Nation Seeks COVID-19 Solutions
By harnessing the energies that produced the so-called “Start-Up Nation”—cross-team multidisciplinary approaches, willing to work intensely and collaboratively, ingenuity, and a good dose of unhumble chutzpah—Israel has been able to achieve important breakthroughs.