“My heart is broken,” said a fellow organizer. “I have never met someone so committed, so young, so capable and so ‘in’ this, than Sami.”
New testimony from Israeli soldiers who fought in last summer’s Gaza war reveals a glaring problem, writes Elisheva Goldberg: There is no clear ethical code of conduct.
Want to know how American Jews can fight the occupation now that Netanyahu’s been reelected? Elisheva Goldberg has a bold suggestion: Come to Palestinian nonviolent protests.
Jerusalem’s first-ever public drag show sparked anger among religious right-wingers, who came out to protest the event. So why was one queen delighted to see them?
Israel’s new right-wing comedy show, ‘Hakol Shafit,’ has all the makings of a great political satire. But it’s got one flaw — it’s just not funny. Elisheva Goldberg explains why.
At the shiva house of Rabbi Moshe Twersky in terror-stricken Jerusalem, Elisheva Goldberg found hope among a sea of Jewish mourners — and their Arab visitors.
In an exclusive interview, Elisheva Goldberg talks to the IDF reservists whose refusal to spy on Palestinians has taken Israel by storm. She finds a strikingly unrebellious bunch.
Why does the American media devote so much coverage to Israel and its conflict with the Palestinians? The answer, Elisheva Goldberg argues, is simple: Israel sells.
Bitter calls for revenge fill the streets of Israel since the bodies of three kidnapped Israelis were found. But not everyone is staying quiet in the face of calls for more violence and hate.
Does Presbyterian divestment smack of anti-Semitism, as Jane Eisner suggests? Elisheva Goldberg says the ‘double standard’ argument misses the point of the Church’s vote.