For many young adults, going on a Taglit Birthright Israel trip is an integral part of the Jewish experience. But the trip has also proven controversial, and J Street recently announced its own free trip.
Nathan Guttman on the upcoming Israeli elections and Benjamin Netanyahu’s play on American politics
George Soros and his contributions to organizations in Israel and Palestine are under attack. Many claim he is “Israel’s enemy” and anti-Israel, but other political motivations behind the anti-Soros campaign encouraged by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
On May 17, Israel’s Supreme Court banned Michael Ben Ari, leader of the Otzma Yehudit (“Jewish Party”) party from running in the April 9 general elections. But the issue of racism in Israeli society is far from over.
Warder Cresson’s wife and most of his family, claiming that he was clearly out of his mind, lodged a charge of lunacy and obtained a verdict of insanity from a Sheriff’s jury.
As Israeli elections near, Moment looks at the history of political slogans in the country’s elections. From Mapai to Rabin, Netanyahu and Benny Gantz.