Readers write about grade inflation at US colleges, whether ministers are to blame for evangelicalism's collapse, why Hamas is not a terrorist organization, and how a recipe from the Monitor became a family's tradition.
Young musicians from a West Bank refugee camp performed on Wednesday for survivors of the Holocaust.
Israel's military prosecutor has launched a criminal investigation into the alleged deliberate killing of women, children, and elderly noncombatants.
A former Israeli commando questions the value of war.
Without a shift in the Israeli policy that doesn’t allow building materials into Gaza, much of the $2.8 billion that Palestinians hope to raise at a donors’ conference Monday will be limited to humanitarians needs.
Israeli groups that focus on Jewish and Arab coexistence are just beginning to wrestle with the fallout from the Gaza war.
The animated antiwar movie struck a chord in Lebanon and many are finding ways to see it despite the ban on Israeli films.
As anniversary of Hezbollah commander Mughniyah's assassination looms, Israel tightens security.