At Jew-Centric J Street, Arabs Ask the Best Questions

For Lisa Goldman, the most insightful questions at this weekend’s J Street conference came not from Jews, but from non-Palestinian Arabs. Why did they go unanswered?


Making Day School Work for Working Parents

For the increasing number of dual-income working parents, the hours and demands of Jewish Day School is a challenge, writes Tamar Snyder. But she has an idea about how to change that.


The Anti-Semitism Surge That Isn't

EDITORIAL: A new study purports to show a shocking rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses. But on closer look, it’s time we put the brakes on all the panic.


Of Sabbath Fires, Safety, Hate and Love: A Reply

J.J. Goldberg responds to readers who slammed his analysis of the home fire that claimed seven Orthodox children’s lives in Brooklyn this weekend.


A Value Divide

The challenge confronting American Jews is much deeper and more painful than how to deal with Netanyahu, writes Michael Barnett. It’s how to contend with Israelis.

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