The Zionist Election You Can Participate In — If Your Elbows Are Sharp

Left and right are trading insults about who cares more about the Jews. It ain’t the Israeli elections, but J.J. Goldberg explains why a little-known vote is just as contentious — if not more so.


'Selma' Got It Right by Leaving Out Jews

‘Selma’ portrays the civil rights movement as a black-led achievement, not one that Jews played a key role in. And that’s what history says too, Katie Rosenblatt writes.


Why HarperCollins Was So Wrong To Erase Israel

HarperCollins wants to move on after scrubbing Israel from a map. Daniel S. Mariaschin asks what would happen if the publishing giant bowed to demands to erase other countries?


Why We Mourn the Loss of Streit’s Matzo

Amy Stein-Milford has led walking tours of the Lower East Side for 15 years. She explains why the closing of Streit’s Matzo signals the end of an era for Jewish New Yorkers.


Why Charlie Hebdo Must Be Free to Offend All — Even Us

EDITORIAL: Jews have often been targets of Charlie Hebdo’s nasty satire. After the terror attack on the magazine, it’s even more important to defend its freedom to speak — and to offend.

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