It’s a truism of geopolitics that disorder somewhere breeds disorder elsewhere.
Israeli-Russian researcher Elizabeth Tsurkov, who was kidnapped in Iraq several months ago, is being held by Kataib Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed Shiite militia in Iraq, Israel’s government confirmed on July 5. A doctoral student at Princeton University, Tsurkov has been held by the insurgent group since March.
In recent years, Elon Musk has executed a hostile takeover of Twitter, spread conspiracy theories and allied with high-profile conservatives. Is Musk a misguided superhero, or was he secretly a supervillain all along?
Rep. Ed Stafman believes that Republicans in the Montana legislature singled him out not because he’s a Jew, but because he’s the wrong kind of Jew.
In the wake of the killing of the Yaniv brothers and the razing of Huwara, one MK hailed the “pogrom” as a success for Israeli security.
Shapiro isn’t the first Jewish governor, but he is the category’s leading exemplar—unafraid to talk about his faith but mindful that 97.7 percent of Pennsylvanians are not Jewish.
Former Mayor Steve Schewel may have turned Durham into a research and tech hub, but faced scrutiny from the city’s Jewish community along the way.