In just a few hours, Trump disparaged in the ugliest terms two pillars of the American system, and he did so by abusing the memory of Holocaust victims and survivors. Where was the Jewish outrage?
As the first Jew in American history to hold such a powerful position in the White House, Jared Kushner will be redrawing the image of the quintessential Jew — which contains its own ironies, possibilities and danger.
You thought we were chumps to believe that separation and sacrifice would ensure Israel’s future. So what’s your plan?
A personal and political meditation on how America lost its claim to moral leadership in abandoning Syria, and how all of us, especially Jews, bear responsibility.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing supporters are cheering the appointment of David Friedman as the next U.N. ambassador to Israel. But in the end, he may be more trouble than tonic to Israel’s government.
For decades, presidential candidates have pledged to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, and then backed off. Jane Eisner suggests a provocative way that Donald Trump can fulfill his promise — to Israelis and Palestinians.
The real Bibi was on display as he addressed the International Jewish Media Summit in Jerusalem Tuesday night.
Scoff if you like, but this is something I do. I’m a Jewish journalist. We care about our food.
Israelis don’t have to share American Jews’ anxiety over a Trump presidency, but some are acknowledging it, as Jane Eisner found out.
If we in the diaspora are to make common cause with Israel, then Israel must reciprocate on an issue of utmost importance to the diaspora, Jane Eisner writes.