To set up synagogues and emergent communities as opposites is to misunderstand the bigger picture, Lizza Heydemann writes.4
While there are worrisome trends in Israel, what Jane Eisner and Chemi Shalev portray is overblown, Alan Iser argues.
Does Human Rights Watch’s call for businesses to pull out of settlements mean hurting ordinary Israeli and Palestinian citizens? Sarah Saadoun says that idea doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.9
Brodsky, an honoree in the Forward 50, has shed new light on the “rape adjacent” practice with a new study published in a scholarly journal.
Think Jewish organizations aren’t giving voice to our true concerns? Just look at Bend the Arc, Stosh Cotler writes.
Representatives of the St. Louis Jewish community say that attempts to force us to choose between these two issues only serve to disrupt positive, established relationships.43
In response to JJ Goldberg’s October 19 piece “One Thing 75 Jewish Leaders — From Right to Left — Can All Agree On.”
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