Why is the Israeli Prime Minister cozying up to leaders who endorse anti-Semitism? Peter Beinart explains the reasons behind this unholy alliance.
Jewish intellectuals, who have helped define conservative thought since at least the Reagan era, are now politically homeless.
But what made Trump’s veiled warnings about Muslims particularly alarming was the country in which he uttered them: Poland.
The group “If Not Now” is exactly what our community needs, but its responses to Black Lives Matter and the Chicago Dyke March are very disappointing.
Only accepting Jews if they renounce Zionism is just as dehumanizing as only welcoming Palestinians if they endorse Zionism.
Pro-Israel organizations are doing everything they can to prevent Jews — and members of Congress — from merely hearing Palestinian perspectives.
An encounter with an old Jewish couple made Peter Beinart wonder: What is it like to be obedient to one, invisible authority no matter where you go?
Unlike Israelis, most American Jews don’t learn to erect tents. Why? It’s like asking why most don’t own guns. It’s not part of our Diaspora DNA.
Issa Amro, a Palestinian nonviolent activist, represents hope that comes when brave, decent people fight oppression without hating their oppressors.
Donald Trump’s meeting with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas was a masquerade, proving that the American president has no real interest in bring “hope” to the Middle East, writes Peter Beinart.