In my article criticizing the Times review of Eichmann, I did not, as you wrote, beseech anyone to do anything
The questions that Rabbi Lau-Lavie and others are elevating to the foreground should be met head on, rather than sidestepped or avoided.
The notion that camping or farming is “not part of our Diaspora DNA” is just factually wrong.
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah denies the notion that they delivered an “edict” to avoid Israeli-Palestinian rhetoric during NYC’s Pride Parade.
Responding to the Forward’s decision to publish a Jewish Voices for Peace ad — what does this say about The Forward’s values?
The National President of the Zionist Organization of America say’s that Sen. Brown did not ‘scold’ his organization over Trump and Bannon.
A range of viewpoints and backgrounds — religious, racial, ethnic, sexual, socio-political — strengthens us all
How do you make peace with people who are convinced that you have no legitimacy and have no right to exist and who are determined to destroy you?
One can have visions of shenere un be sere velt, a better and more beautiful world, as prophesied by the Workmen’s Circle, when reading the delusional praise of Linda Sarsour in the Forward by New York City Councilmember Brad Lander. Alas, his naive ilk bears historical precedence in bad Jewish outcomes. Before getting to the state of American Jewry, however, I must correct some misperceptions that Lander and so many others have regarding free speech on campus.
The Jewish Voice for Peace Health Advisory Council applauds the Israel Medical Association, which advises members to refrain from force-feeding prisoners.
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