A “Non-Zionist Synagogue”: Who Owns the Flag?

The term, “non-Zionist synagogue” is problematic. If there can be a “non-Zionist synagogue,” the implication is that there are “Zionist synagogues.” And although individuals may identify themselves as Zionists or not, congregations are neither; they are Jewish — and they welcome people of differing viewpoints, particularly when it comes to Zionism.

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Negotiator Breaks Down Science of Iran Nuclear Deal

U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spent the last year personally negotiating with Iran. Now, he explains how the nuclear deal improves the security of the United States — and Israel.

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What's Lithuania Trying To Prove By Accusing Jews?

Lithuania is accusing Jewish partisans of war crimes. Jonathan Katz asks: Is the country just trying to hide its history of Nazi collaboration?

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Gaza Was Like Home — But I Supported Disengagement Anyway

Chaim Landau loved and admired the Jewish settlers of Gaza. And yet, in 2005, he supported Israel’s plan to evacuate them from their homes. On the tenth anniversary of the disengagement, he explains why.

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Mike Huckabee and the Dangers of Hyperbole on Iran

Mike Huckabee set a new low even for the 2016 Republican presidential field when he compared President Obama to the Nazis. But he’s not the only one who could use a lesson on the dangers of hyperbole when it comes to Iran.

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