Babyn Yar, a picturesque park in the Ukrainian city of Kyiv, was once the site of a Nazi massacre of nearly 34,000 Jews. One rare survivor left letters behind.
Noga Tarnopolsky is a correspondent covering Israel and Palestine and a frequent contributor to The Daily Beast. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post and Ha'aretz among other publications.
A wave of violence is sweeping Arab communities across Israel, killing 100 citizens so far this year. Now, activists are mobilizing to demand change—and fast.
The former Israeli prime minister’s upscale lifestyle and dismissal of the rules governing an indicted criminal’s contacts with witnesses could get him into even deeper trouble.
Almost a dozen cells have been set ablaze after the escape of six Palestinian inmates from a high-level Israeli jail. But the consequences of the jailbreak could prove even bigger.
Nothing trumps vaccines in the battle against the global pandemic, but Israeli scientists are investing in a new, “hopeful” treatment that tackles the virus’ deadliest side effect.
“I don’t want to frighten you,” Israel’s COVID czar Dr. Salman Zarka told parliament this week. “But… unfortunately, the numbers don’t lie.”
In an obscene final rant as prime minister, Netanyahu compared Biden’s foreign policy with appeasing the Holocaust and attacked his successor as a “fascist.”
After 12 years of rule, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s blatant corruption, scandals, and controversies seem to have finally spelled his demise.