If our organizations truly mirrored our values, J.J. Goldberg writes, they’d focus less on Israel and more on issues like abortion and economic justice.291
On Tu B’Shvat, Jewish activists may urge you to carpool or turn off lights. These actions are worse than pointless — they’re deceptive, Jay Michaelson writes.34
After a group with Israel ties got booted from — and then welcomed back into — a LGBTQ conference, pro-Israel and anti-Israel Jews alike feel wronged.61
Jane Eisner says labeling products made in West Bank settlements allows consumers who oppose — or support — Israel’s occupation to make informed choices. But a sweeping boycott of all companies that do business in the territory is a counterproductive and blatantly unfair, she writes.64
Mazel tov, you made it through another Yom Kippur!
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