What U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital means for the Middle East

Opinion: Trump’s decision seems oblivious to the fragility of coexistence in the city between its Israeli and Palestinian inhabitants

Palestinian street workout uses everything from rebar to rubble

Bar Palestine members show off skills—and unite the outcasts

Novel cut from Israeli school curriculum becomes bestseller

Borderlife, a novel about an Israeli-Palestinian romance, will be translated into English later this year

Why Netanyahu’s revisionist Holocaust history helps no one

The Israeli prime minister’s recent lie about the roots of the tragedy will have dangerous, far-reaching implications

Amiel: A land for peace? Come off it.

Barbara Amiel on Israel’s elections and the brilliance of Bibi

Assigning blame in the Athens Israeli embassy attack

Michael Petrou on the lead-up and fallout from this morning’s attack

Why recent terror attacks are sparking fears of a new ‘intifada’

Israel’s control of the Holy City is more secure than ever. But recent terror attacks there have ratcheted up tensions.

Gaza fighting moves to the courts

A break in fighting in Gaza hasn’t brought peace, it has moved the war to a new arena—the courts

Palestine’s most uncommon ally

Equating its apartheid past with Israel, South Africa has emerged as one of Palestine’s most outspoken supporters

Why Jews don’t dare criticize Israel

Why don’t Jews speak openly and critically about Israeli policy, as the Gaza conflict rages on? Thinly veiled anti-Semitism.

Is the dream of Israel-Palestine peace dead?

As the conflict in Gaza ratchets up, it’s clear the status quo can’t hold. But the idea of a peaceful resolution seems as remote as ever

Ottawa’s ‘violent, ugly’ and politically charged art exhibit

The artist says her film shows assassinated Palestinian figures. Israel’s embassy in Canada says it ‘reflects a culture of hate.’