J Street held its national conference in Washington this week, and in addressing political and social issues generated debate and controversy.
A string of deadly terrorist attacks has plagued the globe over the past week stemming from Israel to Iraq, Kenya to Pakistan. So who chooses what is newsworthy, and what loss of life is more tragic than the next?
An-opinion piece written by Professor Ian Lustick, and published on the front page of the New York Times opinion page, calls for a one-state solution, saying the end of Zionism is inevitable.
Political advocates responsible for some of the most vile conspiracy theories against Israel, have been brought out by the ANU in Canberra.
The past year has been marked by both hardship and joy for Israel, and for the Jewish world. On Erev Rosh Hashana let's recap on the year that was...
If we want to reach out to Gen-Y, we must provide the broader context of events taking place in Israel, that is so often lacking from the media's coverage.
The Turkish Prime Minister's claim that Israel is responsible for the coup in Egypt is outrageous. And the international media should know better than to join in on the conspiracy theories.
As peace-talks commence it is more relevant than ever that we understand what the core issues of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict are really about?
Tzipi Livni and Saeb Erekat have met in Washington this week to kick-off peace talks under the guidance of US Secretary of State, John Kerry.
Has Abbas agreed to resume negotiations with Israel, and if so, will this time be different?