The October 7 Hamas attack showed that sex crimes are not absent from the modern battlefield.
As chief historian at Yad Vashem from 2011 to 2021, and now the institution’s senior academic advisor, Dina Porat has the chops—the moral authority, if you will—to poke into dark and troubling corners of the Israeli national psyche.
I am always amazed at the power of one violent act to upend the fragile progress of humanity—in particular the painstaking work of constructing peace.
Moment Institute Fellow Nathan Guttman explores the week’s most recent political topics in the Jewish world—cease-fires in Israel, public opinion on the Israel-Gaza war, and historical examples that can help us understand what is happening in the world today.
Antisemitism, like Islamophobia—charges of which have been similarly made by Muslim and Arab students on a number of campuses—should be calculated by actual, violent incidents on campuses, not by unverifiable threats, or perceived feelings of being threatened.
Danger on Israel’s Northern Border: An Interview with Hanin Ghaddar About Hezbollah and the Failed State of Lebanon
A look at the evolution of Hezbollah inside Lebanon’s fractured political system and Iran’s growing influence throughout the Middle East.
No country could be expected to forgo retaliation for attacks on innocent citizens in its own territory. But what are the long-term goals?