Leonard Fein


From Gaza to Sderot, Trauma Marks The Past — And The Present

By Leonard Fein

From Gaza to Sderot, Trauma Marks The Past — And The Present
Constant war and fear has scarred people on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In his last column written hours before his death this week, Leonard Fein calls for compassion.Read More


ISIS Aimed at Ideals When They Destroyed Jonah's Tomb

By Leonard Fein

ISIS Aimed at Ideals When They Destroyed Jonah's Tomb
ISIS, the militant Muslim group now overrunning Iraq, recently destroyed the tomb of Jonah, the biblical prophet. Leonard Fein finds this a strikingly sad — and profoundly symbolic.Read More


Dani Danon Is Such a Threat to Israel Even Bibi Fired Him

By Leonard Fein

Credit where credit is due: A year ago, I wrote about Israel’s Deputy Minister of Defense, Dani Danon, that he is Israel’s “enemy within,” perhaps the most dangerous current threat to Israel and a star of Likud, the linchpin of the governing coalitionRead More


When We Stop To Really See Each Other

By Leonard Fein

When We Stop To Really See Each Other
The crisis between Israelis and Palestinians is also the result of dehumanization, writes Leonard Fein. We shouldn’t allow ourselves to stop seeing each other.Read More


Are Jews Now Safe and Free From Being Haunted?

By Leonard Fein

Are Jews Now Safe and Free From Being Haunted?
Leonard Fein wonders if the manifest decline in anti-Semitism is tied in some way to the uptick in attention to the Holocaust?Read More



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