Rabbi Nathan Diament’s response to my column about Betsy DeVos perfectly reflects the short-sightedness of the Orthodox Union’s approach to this issue.8
Nathan J. Diament responds to Jay Michaelson’s criticism of support for Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos.6
By genuinely embracing interfaith families, more of the spouses from other faith backgrounds are likely to adopt Jewish identities.
The Forward’s response to CUNY’s anti-Semitism report is both perplexing and troubling.5
Research shows that both genders objectify women in revealing clothing, affecting workplace advancement. Shouldn’t we change to break glass ceilings?
The inherent Israeli opposition to the right of return for the descendants of Arab refugees has nothing to do with demographics, David Bedein writes.37
In both countries, the public refuses to believe the experts even though their information is accurate and urgent, J.J. Goldberg writes.125
It was not weakness or cowardice that forced Lookstein to retreat, but a deep respect for his role as a teacher, Amy Neustein writes.
ZOA president Mort Klein takes issue with Daniella Greenbaum’s assertion that the ZOA is not a powerful mainstream Pro-Israel organization.
Jewish religious law does not permit a woman to decide for personal reasons to end a pregnancy. Let’s not pretend it does, Avi Shafran writes.
We are deeply saddened by the result of the referendum because the UK has abandoned the great idea of a peaceful, united Europe. We are worried about the future because a forward thinking nation like the UK has shown the world that fascism is electable again. We are concerned that this referendum will unleash a chain reaction strengthening the extreme right across Europe.
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