Fifty years after the Israelis routed a joint Arab force, peace remains elusive.
The sight of an American president at the Western Wall was a powerful image for most Israelis.
As he heads to Jerusalem, Trump endangers a Mossad agent and dashes hopes of peace.
Both Trump and Netanyahu are already under a cloud of investigations and suspicion.
Extremists on both sides, Israeli and Palestinian, have made “peace” a dirty word.
Netanyahu claimed that if the Allies had attacked the death camps, they could have saved 4 million Jews.
Despite his “America first” rhetoric, Trump understands that the US has a unique responsibility in the world.
If Trump does nothing, Israel should punish the Syrian tyrant.
Greenblatt, an Orthodox Jew, turns out to be the consummate negotiator.
Corruption charges, a broadcasting dispute and a tricky Trump.
Trump called Netanyahu as the Israeli premier was being interrogated by police.
No plan was developed to deal with attacks from the Palestinians’ tunnels.
Azaria sentence is overshadowed by news of Arab-Israeli negotiations.
Trump is now against more settlements and undecided about moving the US embassy.
Trump causes many Israelis an uncomfortable feeling in the pit of their stomachs.
All three branches of Judaism condemned Trump’s immigration move.
No reputable economist believes protectionism is good.
Netanyahu has been interrogated three times in the past 10 days.
Netanyahu is to be interrogated over corruption and bribery allegations.
David Friedman is against a two-state solution and wants to annex the West Bank.
The Supreme Court ruled that Amona, on Palestinian land, must be razed.
Netanyahu is expected to be "interrogated under warning” in a separate case.
Jews are realizing that the threat might come not from the left but the right.
Residents of interior Israel are gleeful there will be a president who will approve more settlements .