Palestinian informers like M. are Israel's secret weapon. But they will never have a homeland on either side.
The New York Times Magazine
Revealing the real story of two of WWII’s most famous agents
New Lines Magazine
The Israeli-Arab war of 1948 transformed the Middle East. One historian has transformed our understanding of it.
The New York Review of Books
A rightwing extremist holds the balance of power in Israel. He compares himself to Churchill - and to a brutal Russian czar
She was unquestionably Jewish - until she tried to get married in Israel. Then she needed a rabbi-detective.
We need a different way to think about Israeli-Palestinian peace. It starts with the holy city.
I spent 5 years in court to get the report. Much as I knew already, it still stunned me.
The American Prospect
Can Israel's ultra-Orthodox community end its years in the desert and enter Israeli society? Can it survive any other way?
A 'secular fundamentalist," Abu Nidal was the archetypical terrorist, a believer in violence as its own religion.