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March 23, 2020
Benjamin Netanyahu’s fatal flaw
This failure of “Leadership 101” and to command loyalty from his most talented lieutenants may be his undoing.
A conversation with Gidi Mark, the man behind all those Birthright Israel trips
November 7, 2018
JNS recently sat down with the program’s CEO to learn more about what has become, in his words, “one of the largest, if not the largest, rite of passage for Jews today.”
Is Israel rejecting right-wing European support it can ill afford to lose?
August 2, 2018
Many in Israel are against dealing with Europe’s right-wing parties, arguing that they haven’t really abandoned their anti-Semitic past, and that Israel’s acceptance will only legitimize them.
Remembering the Buenos Aires AMIA bombing, 24 years later
July 19, 2018
The AMIA bombing—the deadliest in Argentine history—killed 85 people and injured hundreds more. It remains unsolved, the investigation mired in scandal and cover-up.
Israel and China start conversation about mutual business and development ties
July 11, 2018
Five areas of potential cooperation have been identified, including energy, manufacturing, trade, transportation and finance.
Israel’s high court faces override challenge from the Knesset
July 5, 2018
If passed into law, it would give the Knesset the power to reverse Supreme Court rulings with a simple majority of 61 votes. At the heart of the matter is the question of checks and balances.
The migrant situation in South Tel Aviv: ‘A battle over sovereignty and identity’
June 21, 2018
Activist Sheffi Paz discusses the latest developments in her efforts to deport illegals—mainly from Eritrea, but also from Sudan and Somalia.