As a religious American Jew, I was shocked to discover that, in Jewish megadonor Michael Steinhardt’s eyes, I have a big problem.
Let us not in a fit of feigned faith in rationalism deny the deep roots of religion that have been a vital part of the human experience for thousands of years.16
The modern feminist movement has never been totally at ease with Jews or Zionism.38
A Zionist anti-Semitism has moved from the fringe to, quite literally, the center, and from the realm of the apocalyptic imaginaire to the realm of American nationalist-fascism.
Measuring quality of Jewish life on campus solely on perceived anti-Zionist rhetoric is immensely reductionist.3
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