How To Love Israel — While Fighting Like Cats and Dogs About What That Means

Once a symbol of unity, Israel has become one of the most divisive issues in American Jewish community life. J.J. Goldberg asks: Can we all love Israel even while fighting about it?

Palestinians wave a giant national flag during a demonstration in March.

Debating Palestine

Rabbi's Unwitting Lesson in How Not To React to Nepal's Earthquake

Israeli-born rabbi Yosef Mizrachi reacted with seeming glee to the collapse of numerous temples throughout Nepal. The worst part is, his sentiments aren’t even so rare, Jesse Lempel writes.

Confronting Jewish Complicity in South African Apartheid

Many believe that Jewish involvement was essential to the end of South African apartheid. But Jonathan Katz reminds us that we were actually complicit in the segregationist regime.

Our Nepal 'Home Away From Home' Is In Ruins — Now, We Must Rebuild

Over the past 8 years, Tevel b’Tzedek has been working in Nepal to connect Jews to the challenges of extreme poverty. Now, the community they helped build is in ruins.