French Jews Need To Stand Up for Muslims Right Now

When far-right politician Nadine Morano called France a ‘country of the white race,’ French Jews barely made a peep. Robert Zaretsky explains why that’s so shortsighted.

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It's Not Quite a Third Intifada — Yet

How will Benjamin Netanyahu handle the rising tide of violence in Israel? J.J. Goldberg explains why the prime minister, caught between conflicting camps, is walking a tightrope.

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Why Fighting Intermarriage Is a Lost Cause

Some believe Jews must fight intermarriage. Deborah Waxman says we lost that battle years ago — and that’s why the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College is trying something new.

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Why We Shouldn't Accept Rabbis Who Marry Non-Jews

Reconstructionists have decided to permit intermarried rabbis. Jane Eisner says this dramatic change risks diminishing our religious leadership at a time when we need it the most.

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Does Doctors Without Borders Strike Reveal U.S. Double Standard on Israel?

One of the low points of last year’s Gaza war was Israel’s August 3 strike outside a United Nations school in the city of Rafah. The strike, meant to hit a military target according to the Israel Defense Forces, killed at least 10 people and injured dozens. It was the latest in a string of Israeli bombs to hit U.N. facilities.

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