"It seems that he has a somewhat simplistic world view and a somewhat exaggerated view of his own abilities."
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INTERVIEW

What Does Trump’s Visit Mean for Israel?

"Most trips abroad are filled with great hopes and, while they rarely end up in disappointment, they also rarely end up in tremendous achievements," says Gil Troy, a U.S. presidential historian who has also been a Shalom Hartman Engaging Israel Research Fellow in Jerusalem. "Trump’s trip lines up with that."

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HISTORY
Tell Us: What Do You Remember About the Six-Day War?

This June marks the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War. Now, we want to hear your stories. Where were you in June 1967? How old were you? What do you remember?

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3000 Years of Jewish India

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ARTS & CULTURE
Book Review | 'The Origin of the Jews'

"As the subtitle of the book says, we live in a rootless age. People everywhere, not just Jews, seek their roots, their ancestry, their genetic makeup."

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POLITICS
Opinion | It’s Hard to Celebrate on Jerusalem Day

"I want to celebrate Jerusalem Day, too," says Eetta Prince-Gibson. "But it’s hard to celebrate in Jerusalem when right-wing, nationalistic politicians are putting up new walls."

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