During the Holocaust, the nations of the world claimed not to see us. They had plausible deniability — but we don’t. In the age of smart phones, we cannot remain blind to Europe’s refugees, Sarah Wildman writes.261
Wish there was another choice between the brutal Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad and the medieval ISIS? Well there isn’t — and J.J. Goldberg explains what a mysterious meeting in Moscow might say about who’s winning.52
In a chart of lawmakers who are against the Iran deal, The New York Times singled out Jewishness as an implicit cause of opposition to the nuclear agreement.
Now that J Street U has elected Muslim leader Amna Farooqi, the professor who turned her into a Zionist explains to Israelis why they shouldn’t find this distressing — just the opposite.37
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