Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?
When Arabs and Jews came together to sing in Jerusalem, settler youth showed up to protest. Then liberal youth came to protest the protest. Then, strangely, everyone had fun.
Talk of AIPAC’s failure in lobbying for a new Iran sanctions bill is misleading, writes Brent Sasley. The defeat has more to do with presidential decision-making and the emergence of J Street.
The silent majority of Orthodox women today are not preoccupied with fighting for ownership over men’s rituals. They need change in their daily lives, Avital Chizhik writes.
The uproar in academia over boycotting Israel has failed to answer one question: Are we committed to academic freedom for people on all sides of the Middle East conflict?