Should Israel Abandon Policy of Nuclear Ambiguity? A New Book Argues Yes

It’s a policy that has been around for so long that most Israelis and Americans cannot imagine a world without it.

‘Every Title Is on the Table’ as Advisers at Women’s Yeshiva Consider Degrees

A new debate looms over what to call Orthodox Jewish women trained in rabbinic texts and serving the Jewish community as religious leaders. And the ‘R’ word has once again reared its disruptive head.

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How Will Jews React to ‘Budrus’?

Protesters in the Palestinian town of Budrus were growing frustrated. After months of nonviolently demonstrating against the Israeli separation barrier being built through their olive groves, the demonstrators faced increased force from Israeli border police who were firing tear gas and swinging batons. Young Palestinians began tossing rocks at the soldiers despite pleas from protest organizers, and Israeli forces occupied the town, sending live ammunition down the narrow streets.

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J Street Board Sticks With Ben-Ami After Soros Flap

On September 25, a day after J Street, the dovish Israel lobby he helped found, was revealed to be funded by George Soros, Jeremy Ben-Ami convened a conference call with members of his group’s board.

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Avital Emerges in Fight To Save Shcharansky

In the last of three excerpts from “When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone,” Gal Beckerman writes of how Avital Shcharansky, the wife of imprisoned Soviet dissident Anatoly Shcharansky, worked tirelessly to make her husband’s name one the West could not ignore.

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