The SeeSaw

Stop Worrying About Your Future Grandchildren That Aren't

Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?

Penn Hillel Is Not Your Battlefield — It's Our Home

Penn Hillel is where some Jewish students feel at home. But thanks to the actions of Open Hillel, simply walking into the building now makes them feel like warriors going into battle.

Hamas supporters at a rally last summer hold up a picture of Mohammed Deif, the group's military chief.

A Split in Hamas That Might Bring Calm, But No Peace

Israel isn’t the only place where the political and military echelon are split. J.J. Goldberg analyzes a similar divide within Hamas and what it might mean.

Our Free Speech Moment

EDITORIAL: The Jewish community, here and in Israel, is having a free speech moment. In a world as connected as ours, we cannot let censorship prevail, even if we disagree with some opinions.

How David Cameron Plans To Channel Bibi and Win Britain's Election

David Cameron’s team spent plenty of time looking at how Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection. Here’s 3 lessons they will use to help him win Britain’s national vote.

More Is Better When It Comes to Jewish Numbers

Some argue that depth of communal involvement is more important than raw population figures. Not so, write Mijal Bitton and Steven M. Cohen. They say we need the numbers.