Indo-US ties : Time to dismantle all Islamist forces
Washington has seldom been serious about containing Islamist terrorism. It often delays and dilutes its resolve to fight terror.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Aliya before it was ‘practical’
Though both had grown up in strongly Zionist homes – Alan in Queens, New York; Joanne in Durban, South Africa – their desire to make aliya had been pushed to the back burner.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Unhappy return to Mother Russia
David Bezmozgis’s novel about an Israeli politician with a controversial stance on the settlements lacks the nuance of his earlier works.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Bible as the source of Western music
The result of comprehensive scientific and systematic research, lists composers and their music in relation to the order of books as they appear in the Bible.
By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
Hiding Jewish identity in ‘the least anti-Semitic country in Europe’
Sweden grapples with relatively high levels of hate violence in relation to the country’s small
By ANDREAS BERGGREN
Hot off the Arab press
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Wine Therapy: Training the next generation of online warriors
The Magshimim program is equipping high- school students with the tools to battle on the front lines of the next cyber-war.
By YOAV SCHWARTZ,ASAF FINKELSTEIN
Apples in Metulla
The northern town is full of surprising history, including friendships that crossed the Lebanese border.
By MEITAL SHARABI
‘Introspection is enhanced by repetition, probing and reflection.’
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
Rest, relax, recuperate and recover
Sheba is a global leader in trauma surgery and rehabilitation technologies, all of whichhave been brought to bear in treating soldiers wounded in the recent conflict.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Letters to the editor
Sir, – With regard to “For the love of debauchery,” this doesn’t sound like the appropriate headline for an article in the Magazine.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Protective Edge Part III: Diary of a reservist
For most of the guys, this would be their first time in war, the moment was pregnant with anticipation.; it was nothing like in the movies.
By YOSEFF SHACHOR
The US Navy saved Jews of Eretz Yisrael exactly 100 years ago
For many Jews at the time, their French, British and Russian protectors were gone. The financial assistance they received from their European Jewish brethren evaporated.
By LENNY BEN-DAVID
The man who torched al-Aksa Moaque: Part III
Australian volunteer Denis Rohan succeeded in setting fire to al-Aksa Mosque on August
21, 1969, and fleeing Jerusalem.
By ABRAHAM RABINOVICH
It takes a village
Until recently, children were born and raised in extended kin networks and communities, not nuclear families.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
The Contemporary Art Gallery in Tel Aviv is running Benni Efrat’s exhibition titled “The Dove” comprising of strikingly dramatic, kinetic artwork.
By BARRY DAVIS
The sounds of childhood
From hassidic folklore to Dorothy, the Tslilei Yaldut Festival appeals to all ages.
By BARRY DAVIS
Years of selfless service
Eyal Golan, convicted of tax evasion and sentenced to four months of community service, this week began working in the Bulgarian senior citizens’ home in Rishon Lezion.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
City Notes: Throngs inundate Galilee and Golan tourist sites over Rosh Hashana
BGU of the Negev announces that 10 of its undergraduate students will represent Israel in the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition for genetic engineering.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
The women of Clalit
When you treat only seriously sick people, and have to deal with them and their not-always-gracious families, it’s easy to get hard.
By PHILIP GOLD
Sculpted by the sea
The sea has not yet completed its work of art sculpturing, and the shapes continue to evolve slowly in front of our eyes.
By ITSIK MAROM
Militant Islam – can it be turned to advantage?
Based on the current determination on all sides to defeat IS, Netanyahu is proposing an alliance between Israel and those Arab states opposed to militant Islamists.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Rabbis and the rain
Rav Yehuda considers the annual return of the rains as significant as the giving of the Torah.
By JULIA WATTS BELSER
A stomach churning novel
Martin Amis’s ‘The Zone of Interest’ is a genuine addition to the literature of the Holocaust.
By MATT NESVISKY
Striking a cord
With a new opera to his name and a frantic schedule of some 340 concerts a year, Gil Shohat is spreading his wings.
By SHULA KOPF
The battle of the budget
Who will pay for the Gaza war? A three-way conflict between security, social and fiscal. considerations
By SHLOMO MAITAL
The betting game
No local horse racing, but gambling on the horses gets off to a flying start.
By PAUL ALSTER
The cyber battlefield
Israel was among the first nations to realize the significance of cyber warfare.
By YOSSI MELMAN
A Budapest monument erases the distinction between Holocaust murderers and their victims.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
A song for TISHREI: 'A good word'
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF