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By MICAH THAU
The continuous shoving of antisemitism to the sidelines is not only hurtful but it flies in stark contradiction to the facts.
By BOAZ GOLANY
Whether it be Alibaba vs. Amazon, Tencents vs. Facebook or Tsinghua University vs. MIT, it is safe to say that more and more of the China-US competition boils down to mastering the powers of AI.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A round-up of who's who and what's what.
By LIAT COLLINS
Those saying that the “peace is fragile” are ignoring the fact that the current reality is not real peace at all.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The lack of haredim in the IDF is a matter of national importance that has been on the political agenda of many governments and Knessets.
By DANIEL MOSKOVICH
... who was an Internet troll
By YAAKOV KATZ
Why was toppling Hamas the objective 10 years ago, but not for the last decade since Netanyahu has been in office? What changed?
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Winners don’t quit. Losers do.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
The Jewish vote was bad news for Netanyahu but less so for Trump, who sees his Israel policies not as a magnet for Jewish votes but for Jewish money and evangelical support.
By YANIV SAGEE
Our government of hatred toward the other is well connected to the governments inflaming this hatred, encouraging antisemitism, leading to murder like the one in Pittsburgh this week.
By JONATHAN HAROUNOFF
New York Times' opinion writer Bari Weiss gave a moving speech about Pittsburgh at the JNF annual conference.
By JEAN-DANIEL RUCH
In past years, this unique education system has attracted a great deal of high-level attention.
By ZIONA GREENWALD
“Today we can choose our work, gender, political and sexual orientation. We even have the right to change our name. Why do we not have the right to change our age?” asks Ratelband.
By MANSOUR PIROTI
The Iranian Kurds have a rich history, a high degree of political awareness and considerable potential in Iran.
By JOSH NASS
We’ll miss you, Herb. Your booming voice. Your towering presence. Your love of country.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Hamas was and is a Palestinian national movement; it is not a pan-Islamic movement seeking a caliphate across the globe.
While Hamas should be punished for its attacks, more importantly it must not be allowed to dictate the tempo to Jerusalem.
By JENNIFER FREY
Technion researchers have made immeasurable contributions to benefit the world.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Our readers have their say.
By IRINA TSUKERMAN
A Moroccan renaissance of culture, economic development and diplomatic outreach is bringing about a revival in the history of shared Jewish and Muslim culture and activities.
So even while things are not as bad today as they are portrayed, the issue that now confronts the State of Israel is: what can be done to further engage Jewish millennials.
By JEFF DAUBE AND ARLENE KUSHNER
Astonishingly, when presented with different alternatives, only 10% preferred the “two-state” approach.
By GIL TROY
Countries without nationalism are like people without souls.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
As the world’s richest per-capita nation and Hamas’ staunchest ally, the emirate is in a position to make a difference for the people of Gaza.
By LELA GILBERT
The case of Asia Bibi has proved that Pakistan’s government is intimidated by its own draconian legislation.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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