The Jerusalem Report is an editorially independent biweekly newsmagazine that offers original journalism from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Founded in 1990, The Jerusalem Report consistently aims to bridge the gaps between Israel and the Diaspora, and honestly assess Israel's relations with its Arab neighbors.
Research in social-emotional learning (SEL) provides guidance that can be used by those responsible for Holocaust education.
The book is an appreciation of the artist as a painter of both Jewish and general subjects, as well as the story of an iconic figure in an environment undergoing rapid shifts in the Jewish world.
Herman Struck's work portrays rural settings, urban communal space, and houses of worship, showing the impact of human activity on the environment.
We appeal to President Herzog to convene the Zionist constitutional convention of our time, to wrest true democracy from the liberal theocracy of which we hypocritically boast in vain.
While a cable car today suffices to bring tourists to Masada, it will likely fail miserably at moving the throngs coming to the Old City and the adjoining City of David.
Many sectors of Israeli society have spoken out against the proposed reforms, but one sector might have the most impact: business.
5 other ideas for upgrading Israel's judicial system – without destroying democracy, doing away with the mechanisms for oversight of the government or harming our basic rights.
If Israel passes the judicial reform, the majority’s ability to trample human rights and abuse Israeli citizens will have no effective limit.
Azerbaijan isn’t just a friend of Israel’s. It is also a friend of its Jews. Locals tout the country as a model of interfaith harmony
Jeremy Bernstein's book focuses on mining the meaning of Hebrew through its three-letter roots.