As we approach a new era in the Forward’s brand and history, here’s what it means for us.
EDITORIAL: The world joined together as one to denounce the terror attacks in Paris, and rightly so. Why haven’t we summoned the same moral outrage over the massacre in Kenya?
EDITORIAL: The uproar over Indiana’s new law is the latest example of Americans trying to strike a balance between religious values and civil rights. Sometimes, we have to choose.
EDITORIAL: American Jews wondering how to reconcile liberal values with a new right-wing government in Israel shouldn’t walk away. Here are some alternatives.
My Jew-ish daughter-in-law has become very “spiritual” in recent years, which includes visits to a local ashram with my granddaughter. Seesaw, can I tell her that this is confusing for their Jewish children?
EDITORIAL: A new study purports to show a shocking rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses. But on closer look, it’s time we put the brakes on all the panic.
EDITORIAL: Benjamin Netanyahu isn’t King of all Jews. Our wrenching dilemma is to back Israel’s humanistic values while distancing ourselves from a leader who stands for the opposite.
EDITORIAL: All of us should condemn the questioning of a UCLA student about her Jewish faith. But let’s put the incident in context, instead of giving into inaccuracies and fear.
How does one person’s complaint become a nasty public crusade? Jane Eisner dissects the smear campaign against prominent Jewish leaders who support the New Israel Fund.
EDITORIAL: Benjamin Netanyahu gave us great political theater. He also raised the stakes in his battle with the White House on Iran — and that could be dangerous for all of us.
Is a Jewish nobleman right to order his son not to marry outside the faith? ‘Downton Abbey’ poses the question — and Jane Eisner explains why she’s siding with Lord Sinderby.
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