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What can we learn from the strange stories of Malia Bouattia and the ‘smelly’ Tzipi Livni?


How Poland Is Targeting Holocaust Scholar Jan T. Gross for the Sin of Remembering

When a right-wing Polish government wants to repress history by silencing a controversial historian, American Jews must speak up, Liam Hoare writes.


I Was the ‘Child Who Does Not Know How To Ask’ — About My Father’s Suicide

One year ago, Deborah Greene’s father was trapped in his own Egypt, and she did not know how to ask if he was considering suicide. Now she explains how we, as a community, can learn how to ask.

I’m Seeking Freedom From the Organized Jewish Community This Passover

Refusing to let his Seders be embittered, Jay Michaelson finds himself with an unusual wish as we approach the season of liberation.


Free Speech Is Not the Issue With CUNY’s Students for Justice in Palestine

SJP claims to condemn anti-Semitism, yet the group engages in and encourages it, Susan Tuchman writes.

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