Honoring Jerusalem and its Diverse People
Iconic images by award-winning photographer Ziv Koren as well as the accompanying essays are love letters to the city.
Members Mobilize for Israel
Hadassah members come together to restore the organization's memorials in Israel and advocate for the Jewish state in Washington.
‘Pogrom,’ the Lingering Effects of Kishinev’s Darkest Days
'Prior to Buchenwald and Auschwitz, no place-name evoked Jewish suffering more starkly than Kishinev.'
Spies and the Mossad, a Trio of Novels
A trio of new thrillers by Israelis broaden the boundaries of the spy-novel genre.
The Translator: Jeffrey M. Green
The translator compared his work to 'the man who follows the elephants in a circus parade, gathering up the ....'
‘Waking Lions’ Reflects on Immigrants and Moral Choices
A negligent surgeon contends with questions of guilt that threaten his family and career in the aftermath of an unreported hit-and-run.
Ancient Jawbone Unearthed in Israel Rewrites Prehistory
The jawbone, with seven teeth still attached, was discovered in 2002 along with thousands of flint tools.