To the Editor: Rabbi Meir Y. Soloveichik poignantly observes that the Jewish people’s miraculous, history-defying rebirth from the ashes of the Holocaust proves the existence of...

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You don’t often see perfectly chilled martinis served at conferences in Israel, but the TLV Formats Conference was an event that was out of the...

Soon after the Ayatollah Khomeini returned from his Parisian exile in 1979 to seize power in Iran, his domestic opponents began reassuring themselves that the...

To the Editor: Rabbi Meir Y. Soloveichik justifiably praises Menachem Begin for his refusal to permit Irgun fighters to respond to targeted gunfire from Israeli soldiers...

To the Editor: Ruth R. Wisse has written a scholarly, levelheaded, and much-needed article recounting the longstanding after-effects of Hannah Arendt’s work (“The Enduring Outrage of...

Israel is the 26th-richest country on Earth, according to the World Bank. Now, Israelis will tell you, not without reason, that the wealth numbers provide...

In September 2001, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights held a major conference in Durban, South Africa, ostensibly to mark the end of the...

Sixty-nine years ago, a 28-year-old rabbi published an essay in Commentary entitled “American Zionism at an Impasse: A Movement in Search of a Program.” What,...