EETTA PRINCE-GIBSON: Trump and Netanyahu’s love for Jerusalem is hollow, vicious and aggressive. They are jealous lovers who want to own, possess and dominate the city – and, if they can’t, then they are willing to let her die
Jews are apathetic to suffering of other minorities, World Jewish Congress counsel tells a Tel Aviv conference, but gets lukewarm response from delegates
Dallia Bassa wasn’t planning to save the lives of hundreds of Palestinian children, visit them in hospitals, take them on trips and treat them as the children she never had
Israeli government approves bill to deport refugees and passes first reading of compromise laws on Shabbat work
Former England star Gary Lineker attacked by former Israeli official and supporters for criticising abuse of human rights
Tributes pour in for venerated Israeli rabbi with international stature
ADAM SLONIM Does Trump realise that they need to co-exist, and what promise did he extract from Netanyahu in exchange for recognising Jerusalem as his capital?
In an address at Sydney University, the Israeli journalist says discourse should shift to a one-state solution based on equal rights, and pressure must come from civil society beyond Israel or US
Danny Ben-Moshe’s mother had two children before he was born, who simply disappeared. Four years ago the Australian film-maker decided to piece together the amazing story of what happened to them
Israel & Middle East
Attorney General Mandelblit criticises Bennett over cancellation of conference with group over alleged ‘pro-terror activity’
Ongoing rocket fire following the Jerusalem recognition decision demonstrates how quickly the situation could deteriorate, as it did in 2014
Survey conducted across the region reveals widespread dislike of Israeli PM
Netanyahu’s Israel openly mocks the values that Europe claims to hold dear. When will European leaders stand up and reject the unacceptable reality of the past 50 years?
Prosecutors are considering exhuming the remains of Werner Nachmann, who died in 1988, in a renewed investigation of his death
Judge claims Christina Fernandez de Kirchner covered up the alleged Iranian involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish centre
Jewish social justice group NeverAgainAus held a small but visible protest outside Federal Departrment of Immigration in Canberra last week.
Last Sunday, Plus61J co-hosted a screening of acclaimed Israeli film The Band’s Visit with Moishe House, an international organisation that caters to young Jewish adults
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has approved a request from Australian social justice group Music for Refugees to send a shipment to detainees
Culture & Thought
From the Greeks to the Turks to the Syrians, just about every national group has tried to claim it
Using coins, vessels and inscriptions, researchers hope to share with the Arab world how early Islam in the Holy Land was a period of relative tolerance for Jews and Muslims
Israel’s best press photo of 2017 will be decided this week, with a selection of striking images showcasing some of the year’s most emotive subjects shortlisted for the award.