How Israel Can — and Should — Help Refugees

Instead of building a wall to keep out refugees, why doesn’t Israel take practical steps — like turning the border with Jordan and Syria into a well-patrolled land corridor — to help them?


Hey, What Ever Happened to the 'Existential Threat' of Iran?

Israel’s retired military chief distanced himself from Benjamin Netanyahu’s policy on Iran in an important Washington speech. J.J. Goldberg lets his words speak for themselves.


What Jimmy and Tim Taught Me About Catholics and Jews Getting Along

When Samuel Freedman recalls his childhood, it seems perfectly normal that two of his buddies were Catholic. He explains how Vatican II made that possible — and laid the foundation for the warm welcome Jews are giving Pope Francis.


'Difficult People' Proves It's Still the Golden Age of Jews Mocking Jews

Elissa Strauss feared the end of Jews mocking Jews in comedy. But in ‘Difficult People,’ Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner prove that it’s still the Golden age for Jews poking fun at each-other.


Why Does Everybody Sound So Anti-Semitic All of a Sudden?

We sense anti-Semitism when Ann Coulter F-bombs Jews or the New York Times lists Jewish lawmakers. But J.J. Goldberg warns against playing victim when your own leaders picked the fight.

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