Isabel Kershner

New York Times

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Jerusalem-based correspondent for the New York Times

Isabel Kershner on KCRW

Israel’s recent “national unity” law calls the country “unique” to the Jewish people. But 21 percent of Israelis are Arabs. Do Jewish values conflict with pluralistic democracy?

The Jewish State of Israel: Democracy or Apartheid?

Israel’s recent “national unity” law calls the country “unique” to the Jewish people. But 21 percent of Israelis are Arabs. Do Jewish values conflict with pluralistic democracy?

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Many are worried Donald Trump lit a fuse in the Middle East when he declared that the United States would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Trump declares Jerusalem the capital of Israel

Many are worried Donald Trump lit a fuse in the Middle East when he declared that the United States would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

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Last Thursday, six people were stabbed at a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem. One victim has died.

Jewish Terrorism and Israeli Security

Last Thursday, six people were stabbed at a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem. One victim has died.

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