It's Not About Leaving France — Our Question Is How To Stay

Only months after becoming targets of terrorism, French Jews are picking up the pieces. Robert Zaretsky says the question now is not when to leave, but how to stay.

My Message to the Man Who Attacked Me at the Kotel

Alden Solovy, a Jewish liturgist, was one of several men attacked last month for helping women read Torah at the Western Wall. This is his message.

Dancing on George Galloway's Grave

The best news out of the British election came when George Galloway, who infamously declared the northern town an ‘Israel-free zone,’ was soundly thrashed in his bid for reelection. He quoted Saddam Hussein in his concession speech.

My Jewish Nose Got Me Pulled Over — White Privilege Got Me Off

After Baltimore, almost everyone has a view on police and racism. As Samuel G. Freedman has learned, there are plenty of advantages to being white even when other circumstances might count against you.

Swipe Right If Israeli-Palestinian Peace Turns You On

Are you in the mood to make love, not war? Then swipe right — right across the Green Line! — with Verona, the new dating app for Israelis and Palestinians.