To the Editor: We live in a world in which ignorance of history is endemic. Too few are aware that under international law Jewish rights to...

To the Editor: Arthur Herman’s article “Will Israel Be the Next Energy Superpower?” impressively marshals economic data and paints a compelling picture [March]. Unfortunately, it...

To the Editor: We should always respect and honor the memory of Ariel Sharon, and Elliott Abrams’s memories are poignant and pertinent [“Ariel Sharon: His Eye...

The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle EastBy Caroline B. GlickCrown Forum, 352 pages Devotees of the two-state solution will surely dismiss...

David Landau, one of the lions of Israeli journalism, published a stunningly revealing article in Haaretz at the beginning of February—one that gave perfect voice...

They will feast on the abundance of the seas, and on the treasures of the sands. —Deuteronomy 33:19 Tamar sits 56 miles off the coast of Israel, an...

In April 2013, a little-known academic group called the Association for Asian American Studies approved a resolution to boycott Israeli universities, on the grounds that...

Ariel Sharon often seemed bluff and simple, and he would play that role: In discussions with his kitchen cabinet down at his ranch (they called...

Hillel, the world’s largest campus organization for Jewish students, has become embroiled in a row over its guidelines for debate and discussion about Israel. It...

To the Editor: Lahav Harkov’s essay on Israel’s Jewish character is important and timely [“Making the Jewish State a ‘Jewish State,’” October 2013]. But why didn’t...

Ariel Sharon often seemed bluff and simple, and he would play that role: in discussions with his kitchen cabinet down at his ranch (they called...

My Promised Land:The Triumph and Tragedy of IsraelBy Ari ShavitSpiegel & Grau, 464 pages Ari Shavit’s new portrait of Israel neither demonizes nor whitewashes the country,...