When is a confession, obtained under torture, admissible as evidence?
After millennia as the stage for global conquest and Torah luminaries, the latest battle for the ancient port city is being fought in real estate offices.
Israel killed a terrorist and now half the country must cower in bomb shelters — where did we go astray and what must be done?
The “establishment” cracks down on scholar for discussing documents indicating a politician was really behind the murder — but why?
A pilgrimage to one's "roots" in four European countries found sad last witnesses to a butchered civilization — and lost Israelis.
A random conversation at the gym reveals the "common sense" of the Left is still alive and kicking.
Masada, the last stand of the Jewish rebellion, is well known — but what about the dramatic first stand in the Golan?
A random conversation on a bus sheds insight on a national camp with deep roots but a rapidly dwindling future.
A shouting match with a foul-mouthed Arab in a post office illustrates a certain resonance with Mick Jagger.
As Ramadan heats up amid warning shouts of “Allahu Akbar,” Jews must rediscover their ancient battle cry, signalling G-d’s protection.
Supreme Court approves sickening moral relativism honoring Israel’s enemies, begging the question — have we learned nothing?
Where else would an entire nation stop a week before elections to honor a fallen hero?
A clash of civilizations begins with a simple hello in a Jerusalem store.
So much has been invested in creating and managing the Gaza mess, but a solution is actually quite simple.
Gantz is the latest iteration of disastrous “centrists,” and why is one party so hated by the establishment?