Music | Music

Bob Dylan & Israel, The Neighborhood Bully

It may not be his best song, but Dylan’s 1983 song about Israel is surprisingly resonant today.

Politics | Opinion

Time for Honesty: Tough Questions for my Jewish Brothers and Sisters Abroad

Tough Questions for my Jewish Brothers and Sisters Abroad. In Memory of Elisha Loewenstern, HY"D

Politics | Opinion

Eliminate the ‘Diaspora mentality’

Israel and the Jews must accept that we will never be “normal.”

News | Israel At War

Victory is more important than US support

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his ministers must remember that Israel is not an American vassal state.

Politics | Opinion

A New Existential War - Part III: Forming a Clear Post-War National Vision Means Returning to the Roots of Zionism

BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 2,251, January 8, 2023 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: On the morning of October 7, 2023, the strategic Israeli security concept

News | Israel At War

'Welcome to Hell': Israeli Soldiers Troll Hamas From the Ruins of Gaza

TEL AVIV—There's the Israel Defense Forces's official messaging about its war against Hamas, and then there are the photographs and videos coming from the front line. As Israeli soldiers have laid waste to Hamas's Islamist terror state in the Gaza Strip,

Politics | Opinion

Replace American Jewish Communal Leadership

Look around at the disarray and the betrayal of Jews by alleged friends and allies, and you’ll see a bitter truth: Our leadership has gone bad

Miscellaneous | Jewish Life

Their Video of Jewish Pride went Viral

An interview with the Campus rabbi who didn't flinch in the face of an anti-Israel rally.

Politics | Opinion

Elder Of Ziyon - Rallies: Do They Make a Difference (Judean Rose)

Rallies are proliferating outside of Israel in the wake of October 7th. What do they accomplish?

News | Israel At War

IDF soldiers pray in ancient 6th century Gaza synagogue for first time in decades

A number of tweets suggest that soldiers prayed at the ancient synagogue, though IDF rules have reportedly kept soldiers from sharing them for safety.

Miscellaneous | Jewish Life

Dear world: I don’t care

I don’t care if you’re out on the street, waving your flag and chanting your slogans. We won’t die silently the way you want us to

Miscellaneous | Jewish Wisdom

It Took Years, and I’m Finally Proud to Be Jewish

I found out I was Jewish when a girl on my street told me I was a “dirty Jew.”

Politics | Opinion

The Jewish People are Winning - Looking back at how far we have come

As the most proud and nationalist Jewish government ever was just sworn in Jerusalem yesterday, I wanted to take us all back to how things were just 16 years ago to understand.

Politics | Opinion

The Temple Mount: ‘These Stones Are Not Silent’ - Meir Y. Soloveichik

On May 6, 2022, Israel’s Independence Day, the Temple Mount was opened to Jews for the first time in 11 days. Jewish visitors, calmly and proudly walking

News | Jewish Community

There’s a New Sheriff In Town—and He’s Wearing a Kippah

San Antonio sheriff’s deputy visibly displays his Judaism at graduation