The thin line between anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism should be constantly critiqued, problematized, and challenged, lest it serve as a rhetorical tool to enable anti-Zionists to obfuscate the disturbing natural conclusions of what they advocate:
To a handful of Israelis, Shimon Peres was just a neighbor:
I still struggle with what it really means to pray, to whom, to what, and how to truly trust that I am in conversation with the spirit of the world:
I couldn’t ask for a better partner for me. The problem that my family points out (and that I was raised to understand) is that he is not Jewish:
Kugel comes in many forms, not just noodles:
How does new Ukraine remember Babi Yar on 75th anniversary?
Does Apple have a secret in the Start-Up Nation?
“That comparison is certainly not without its merits,” he said.
It’s Banned Books Week, and as it turns out, two of the books on the American Library Association’s “Frequently Challenged Books” list have Jewish ties:
Some choice lines: “Hitler was often described as an egomaniac who ‘only loved himself’ — a narcissist with a taste for self-dramatization and what Mr. Ullrich calls a ‘characteristic fondness for superlatives.’”
Do you think there’s such a thing as a Jewish accent?
This sweet-and-savory chicken tzimmes is an easy dish with a built-in side:
I wonder what that old woman would think if she knew what her nasty comment had ignited.
Kim Kardashian puts her 48 million Twitter followers to wonderful use.
“I loved her at first sight,” he said. “That love will stay with me until I too close my eyes forever.”