Yitzhak Rabin’s legacy is a vital warning about Jew-on-Jew violence, Yehuda Kurtzer writes. Too bad Israelis can’t hear it right now.
2015 will finally be the year that the American Jewish community gets comfortable airing its disagreements in public. Yehuda Kurtzer says that’s a good thing.
Yehuda Kurtzer has heard the arguments about urging Jews to have more Jewish children. He uses Abraham to illustrate his own argument for quality over quantity.
We’ve survived for millennia yet Jews still feel anxious about such banal worries as, say, the impending retirement of the generation of baby boomer CEOs running Jewish organizations.