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?
A Washington Monthly post asking readers to lobby against Iran sanctions especially ‘if you’re Jewish, or have a Jewish-sounding name’ raises the question: Do Jewish voices count more on Israel?
EDITORIAL: Israel’s Knesset may ban Nazi symbols and the very word itself. But attempts to ban the other N-word show us that’s the wrong way to respect victims of hate.
When Eliana Fishman fought for her right to lay tefillin at an Orthodox high school, she was branded a lesbian, radical, and crazed feminist. She says she was only connecting to God.
A bill to replace Israel’s two chief rabbis with one may sound progressive. But it could spark an ethnic feud and make Judaism even more monolithic.
Nicolae Ceausescu is still dead. But the fallen Romanian dictator’s memory lives in the childhood memories of one scibe, who asked the nation’s current leader about him.