It’s hard to find hopeful signs of Muslim-Jewish coexistence these days. But Jane Eisner discovered one from an iconic symbol of conflict: Sarajevo.
The West is pushing Israel back to peace talks after the Gaza war. But J.J. Goldberg reports that Israel has made a ‘dramatic’ reversal — and won’t consider agreeing to a Palestinian state.
Judaism finds its richest expression in debate. So why does Hillel block diverse student opinions about pursuing peace between Israel and the Palestinians?
Benjamin Netanyahu suggests ‘American values’ back settlements in East Jerusalem. That assumes the divided city belongs just to Israel — which the world denies, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Eric Fingerhut insists that Hillel International is already an open forum — but it won’t change its policies.
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