Karl Pfeifer

Ethnic purity in Hungary — again

The Fidesz government is reverting to anti-Semitic rhetoric as an authoritarian tool of control, despite membership in the EU

Deborah Klapper

A Haggadah without women?

On a popular Haggadah that is so committed to eliminating female characters it rewrites biblical texts

Bill Slott

When I followed the river to Tiberias

35 years ago, he set off on an ill-conceived, poorly planned 20-mile hike from Safed…and it was magical

Naomi Chazan

Call Netanyahu’s bluff

The genius threat of early elections buys the PM time and cements his increasingly shaky political standing — to Israel’s detriment

Ron Prosor

The UK’s bold blow to UN hypocrisy

Britain’s principled stance shows it can play a leading role in restoring credibility to the United Nations