Editorial


A Verdict on the Palestinians

EDITORIAL: An American jury held Mahmoud Abbas’s Palestinian Authority liable for terror attacks on Israelis. Here’s how we hope he will respond.Read More


Don't Lecture, Listen to Europe's Jews

EDITORIAL: After terror attacks in France and now Denmark, some offer the same easy answer: Come to Israel. But shouldn’t we be listening to European Jews instead of lecturing them?Read More


Who Speaks for the Jews?

EDITORIAL: Calling Benjamin Netanyahu a spokesman for the Jewish people is a convenient shorthand for some. But no one speaks for all of us — and that’s exactly how it should be.Read More


The Missing Voices in Mideast Policy Debate

EDITORIAL: Many of the most distinguished scholars of Middle Eastern studies are women. So how come two-thirds of the panels at think tanks were all-male affairs?Read More


The Vaccination Nation

EDITORIAL: Is the fierce response to those who refuse to vaccinate their kids a hopeful sign that we are finally ready to put community first?Read More


Bibi's Bad Choice

EDITORIAL: By siding with Republicans on Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu has not only harmed his ties with the White House. He’s forcing American Jews to make an unpalatable choice.Read More


Let's Replace Blasphemy Laws With a Little Common Respect

EDITORIAL: Blasphemy laws are so Middle Ages, right? You’d be surprised by how many places still outlaw such speech, even here in the United States.Read More


Should French Jews Stay — or Should They Go?

EDITORIAL: After the Paris terror attacks, Benjamin Netanyahu urged French Jews to come to Israel. But should we really encourage more Jews to flee?Read More


After Paris Attacks, Let's Not Repeat Past Mistakes

EDITORIAL: As we move from terror to despair to hope in the aftermath of the Paris attacks, let us not repeat the mistakes of our reactions to past tragedies.Read More


Why Charlie Hebdo Must Be Free to Offend All — Even Us

EDITORIAL: Jews have often been targets of Charlie Hebdo’s nasty satire. After the terror attack on the magazine, it’s even more important to defend its freedom to speak — and to offend.Read More


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