Why do my readers keep insisting, despite the facts, that ‘Palestinians are totally opposed to any solution which allows Israel to continue’?
Most Israelis and Palestinians would support a two-state solution, but falsely believe that most others around them reject this model.
Two of the Diaspora initiative’s three partners are right-wing Orthodox outreach organizations, J.J. Goldberg writes.
There are various tests to determine whether a statement amounts to incitement. Donald Trump just failed all of them — especially the Talmud’s version.
Israel’s defense minister Avigdor Lieberman tried to undercut the IDF chief of staff but ended up insulting President Obama. You can’t make this stuff up.
Sooner or later we’re going to have to face the facts: Zionism has become a dirty word in certain precincts — important and growing precincts — of the Western society that we call home.
We need to understand just how weird this presidential year has been in order to appreciate it as a significant moment in American Jewish history, J.J. Goldberg writes.
At the DNC, Bernie Sanders flipped the old trope of the crotchety Jewish socialist from Brooklyn on its head, says J.J. Goldberg.
We’ve entered the Three Weeks before Tisha b’Av, the traditional Jewish mourning period for calamities past and future. Or, as J.J. Goldberg is calling it this year, Convention Season.
Hatred is the Republicans’ dominant theme for 2016. And it’s not even directed at America’s real enemies, J.J. Goldberg writes.