Opinion | What Was Different about the Latest Riots in Jerusalem
These riots weren’t about religious or even nationalistic fervor. They were a desperate expression of hopelessness and rage by Jerusalemites.
Jewish Word | Why We Say ‘Next Year in Jerusalem’
Seders all over the world this Passover will end with the words L’Shanah Ha Ba’ah b’Yerushalayim—“Next year in Jerusalem.”
Groundswell: Naomi Tsur on Solving Cities
Naomi Tsur is the founder and executive chair of the Jerusalem Green Fund, which promotes environmental, social and economic sustainability in Greater Jerusalem.
Opinion | Mine, Mine, All Mine
What makes a place holy? And who gets to decide? Such abstract questions become concrete and emotional when we talk about Jerusalem.
Opinion | Why I Left Jerusalem
After 50-something years, and to the astonishment of our children and grandchildren, at the end of June my husband and I packed up our things and left Jerusalem, moving halfway across the country to settle in Zichron Yaakov, a quaint, hilltop village overlooking the sea.
Memoir | A Jewish Heart Divided
Beshert | Inside Our Gates
Jerusalem: A City Divided by Sound
Who Should Be Jerusalem’s Next Mayor?
As Israel’s municipal elections, scheduled for October 30, come closer, we are caught between two Jerusalems.