“When we move from the politics of me to the politics of all of us together… That is what makes great nations.”
A Palestinian song in Israel has drawn attention both for its humor and its scathing criticism of what is deemed “coexistence.”
From political debates to online memes, Nazi comparisons are everywhere. But when, if ever, is that kind of rhetoric appropriate?
We’ll always have that awkward pause at happy hour introductions, but there’s something utterly Jewish about being the outsider among outsiders.
Jewish writers mostly argued that freezing the plan to build an egalitarian prayer space was self-serving and would alienate Diaspora Jews.
Students at San Francisco State are suing the university, alleging a hostile atmosphere towards Jews.
Word to the wise: old Israeli men are not the best choice as your backup singers.
David Lubell credits his Jewish upbringing for inspiring his work integrating refugees and immigrants in local communities.
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Among other incidents, a historic Romanian synagogue commemorating Holocaust victims was vandalized with graffiti denying the Holocaust.