Are You Really Stunned That Ethiopian Anger Has Reached Tel Aviv?

As Ethiopian-Israeli protesters faced truncheons, stun grenades and water cannons, some wondered: How could such violence reach all the way into the Tel Aviv bubble? But Seth Frantzman says the real question is: How could it not?


Pamela Geller is Not Charlie

The shooting yesterday at the ‘Draw the Prophet’ contest in Texas was tragic and scary. But that doesn’t mean that Pamela Geller is a protector of free speech.


Penn Hillel Is Not Your Battlefield — It's Our Home

Penn Hillel is where some Jewish students feel at home. But thanks to the actions of Open Hillel, simply walking into the building now makes them feel like warriors going into battle.


A Split in Hamas That Might Bring Calm, But No Peace

Israel isn’t the only place where the political and military echelon are split. J.J. Goldberg analyzes a similar divide within Hamas and what it might mean.

Our Free Speech Moment

EDITORIAL: The Jewish community, here and in Israel, is having a free speech moment. In a world as connected as ours, we cannot let censorship prevail, even if we disagree with some opinions.

Recommend this article

Thank you!

This article has been sent!