We will be the generation to end our community’s support for the occupation. We have to be.
Odeh pleaded guilty in April to concealing prior convictions in her application for U.S. citizenship.
“My heart is broken,” said a fellow organizer. “I have never met someone so committed, so young, so capable and so ‘in’ this, than Sami.”
The aim, Baram explains, was not to “psychoanalize the people I met, but to have a conversation with them, and to take what they said seriously.”
Why are the strongest Jewish critics of Black Lives Matter’s platform silent on abhorrent conditions in Gaza?
Systematic demolitions of Palestinian schools should alarm supporters of a two-state solution and a Jewish and democratic future for Israel.
The proposed new Israeli Regulation Law is grounded in Jewish legal tradition and makes societal sense.
Kushner cast doubts on his ability to forge peace in the Middle East in a chat with congressional interns.
Much of the reporting on Israel and its neighbors by mainstream media sources is factually inaccurate or misleadingly lacking in context.
Sadly, what began as an evening at the theatre for our editor in chief has turned into a political statement. This and more in Jane Looking Forward.