Heading the ICU, Prof. Sorkin treated PM Menachem Begin, was with PM Yitzhak Rabin on the day of his assassination, and cried with victims of terror.
What would happen if Israel were to disappear and be replaced by a Palestinian state.
Greenberg, baseball’s highest-paid player before the war, was the first Major Leaguer to enlist.
A wide-ranging interview with Dr. Qanta Ahmed, a physician and Muslim intellectual who defends Israel to the world.
One possible answer to Pope Francis’s question.
Israeli and Jewish groups on frontline of Nepal earthquake relief efforts.
The Gaza war means a particularly sobering Yom Hazikaron for Israel this year.
Palestinian terrorism verdict shatters long-held myths and illusions.
Friends and family of the slain Argentine prosecutor believe there will be no justice for the bombing victims, nor for him.
A new Torah scroll for the U.S. military re-writes a legacy.
Animated soccer stars compete against evil clones who wear uniforms bearing a logo that looks like the Star of David.
Campus eviction notices are fake, but their anti-Semitism is real.
75 years ago the “death sentence for the Jews” was handed down while the U.S. remained silent.
Jewish students tell university administrators: stop hiding.
French anti-Semitism and French aliyah skyrocket on parallel tracks.
Meet Rose Marchik, a Jewish foster mother who has cared for over 150 children.
It won’t increase the chances for peace. It will just give the Palestinian another opportunity to glorify mass murderers.