It’s not that Tzedek Chicago is a silo, Jay M. Stanton writes. Instead, it’s a safe space — for non-Zionists.
Mira Sucharov asks: Would Zionists feel welcome there, too? Or are leftists just creating another kind of silo?
In theory, one can be anti-Zionist and not anti-Semitic, but that is a more subtle distinction than it is generally assumed to be.
Like Herzl, Peres injected a boundless creative energy into the Zionist project from his early days to his last, David Hazony writes.
Israel gives expression to the sum and substance of peoplehood, and the destiny and promise of cultural revival that comes with self-rule.
Roseanne Barr, the Jewish actress who called Hillary Clinton an anti-Semite and her aide Huma Abedin a “filthy nazi whore” in a unhinged Twitter rant last week, lectured on Tuesday night at a prominent Conservative synagouge in San Francisco about Judaism, Israel and the critics who have been calling her a racist.
Being a Jew is in no way equivalent to being a Zionist. Many Jewish organizations seemed to have missed the memo on this.
Bambi Sheleg, an Israeli journalist who devoted her life to healing the divisions in Israeli society after Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, died on August 15 after a prolonged illness at age 58.
David Blomstrom, one of eleven candidates for governor of Washington, has made educating the world about “Jewarchy” a central goal of his campaign.
The rector of a Brazilian federal university apologized to the Jewish community over a public notice seeking to hire a “racial-ethnic relations” educator required to teach Zionism as a racist concept alongside Nazism and apartheid.