We might have found Drake's biggest, pint-sized fan.
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What I find most disturbing about Berman’s lectures is the way they appear to associate all Muslims with the claims of only a few radical extremists:
Obama ordered flags to fly at “half-staff at the White House and on all public buildings and grounds, at all military posts and naval stations, and on all naval vessels of the Federal Government in the District of Columbia and throughout the United States and its Territories and possessions” through sunset Sept. 30.
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"Writing in Hebrew on my forearms will be a sign that all is not as it should be — something radical is afoot."
The thin line between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism should be constantly critiqued, problematized, and challenged, lest it serve as a rhetorical tool to enable anti-Zionists to obfuscate the disturbing natural conclusions of what they advocate:
To a handful of Israelis, Shimon Peres was just a neighbor:
I still struggle with what it really means to pray, to whom, to what, and how to truly trust that I am in conversation with the spirit of the world:
I couldn’t ask for a better partner for me. The problem that my family points out (and that I was raised to understand) is that he is not Jewish:
Kugel comes in many forms, not just noodles:
How does new Ukraine remember Babi Yar on 75th anniversary?
Does Apple have a secret in the Start-Up Nation?
“That comparison is certainly not without its merits,” he said.
It’s Banned Books Week, and as it turns out, two of the books on the American Library Association’s “Frequently Challenged Books” list have Jewish ties: