Lisa Goldman


The Raw Honesty of Klinghoffer

By Lisa Goldman

The Raw Honesty of Klinghoffer
Lisa Goldman went to see “The Death of Kinghoffer” on opening night and found herself transfixed by the opera’s emotional power.Read More


How Brooklyn Book Festival Can Avoid Boycotting Israeli Artists

By Lisa Goldman

Courtesy of Assaf Gavron and Brooklyn Book Festival Read More


Feel-Good Stories Obscure Ugly Mideast Truths

By Lisa Goldman

Feel-Good Stories Obscure Ugly Mideast Truths
Israel does good things and is certainly not shy about telling the world about them. Its goal is to keep us from thinking about enduring ugly truths.Read More


Don't Worry About Egyptian Bigotry

By Lisa Goldman

Don't Worry About Egyptian Bigotry
Jews don’t have as much to worry about Egypt’s Arab Spring as one might think. Anti-Semitism festered under Mubarak’s dictatorship and may fade in a more democratic system.Read More


Now It Is Told: An Israeli Story Of Secrecy and Censorship

By Lisa Goldman

Now It Is Told: An Israeli Story Of Secrecy and Censorship
The story on page one of Israel’s largest daily formed a graphic that was a conversation stopper: columns of print that looked like a series of vertical piano keyboards with thick, irregularly spaced black keys, and a large headline that read, “Israel’s Censorship Scandal.”Read More



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