We the undersigned are professors of Jewish studies at North American universities.10
Today there are hundreds of Israeli wineries, but they largely use varieties of grapes that are indigenous to Europe. By finding and growing grapes native to Israel, Elyashiv Drori hopes to bring Israeli winemaking back to its roots.4
In the end, there was much to talk about at the U.N. General Assembly but few genuine surprises.
New York has one of the cruelest laws in the nation when it comes to the statute of limitations for reporting sexual abuse, Jane Eisner writes. Can Jewish activists help bring about reform?
Say goodbye to the historic image of Zionists getting down in the dirt to cultivate the land. Nowadays, the vast majority of kibbutz farmworkers are foreigners.6
The U.S. government is seeking to kill a lawsuit against an Iran watchdog group that obtained secret classified documents. Why are the feds protecting the group — not prosecuting it?3
African immigrants in Israel are cheering the High Court’s order to close a much-reviled detention center. But asylum seekers still worry about their precarious future in the Jewish state.5
Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner — and for apple farmers in the Golan Heights, so is the Syrian civil war. Israelis feel threatened, but some Druze feel differently.3
A group of Israeli reservists set off a firestorm when they refused to spy on Palestinians. Yossi Mellman explains why the public reacted so strongly to the scandal in an elite unit.7
In the Negev, a small group of Israelis calling for diplomacy rather than war is not the usual band of leftists. Instead, their members come from the area hardest hit by Hamas.10
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