A new Jewish immigrant during a welcoming ceremony after arriving in Israel on a flight from Ethiopia.

Loving Israel, Hating How It’s Treating Ethiopians

What’s it like to be an Ethiopian Jew in Israel today? Shmuel Legesse has an unfortunate dispatch about his love-hate-love relationship with the Jewish state.

Memories of an Iraqi Pogrom and What It Means Today

A pogrom targeting Iraqi Jews began in Baghdad 74 years ago today. It’s worth remembering not only as a calamity, but also as a fragile symbol of hope, writes Shayna Zamkanei.

Israel's Soccer 'Win' May Come With a Nasty Hangover

In their rush to declare victory in the FIFA fight, Israeli politicians seemed to ignore the irony of charging a prominent anti-apartheid activist with adjudicating Palestinian claims of Israeli discrimination.

British Jewish Woman Wins $25k in Religious Discrimination Suit

A British Jewish woman won $25,000 in damages from a company that refused to hire her because she is Shabbat observant.

The 95% Doctrine of Climate Change

If Dick Cheney thought any threat that had even a 1% chance should be actionable, J.J. Goldberg wonders what we should make of a climate change disaster that feels 95% certain.