The disaster unfolding in Afghanistan is a tragedy we’ve seen before.
We asked two Forward contributors to debate if supporting Israel is necessary to fighting against antisemitism.
American Jewish Democrats should recognize the danger that these sentiments pose to the future of the party— and their place in it.
Just days after the rocket launchers have cooled in Israel and Gaza, news broke that after 12 years, the Netanyahu era is just about finished, in the most improbable of ways.
As rockets continue to crisscross the skies between the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan River, as horrific riots break out in cities from Lod to Ashkelon, a more far-flung front has opened up as a result of the violence in Israel: a war for public opinion here in the United States.
“I want to step back and think about the usefulness of the term ‘apartheid’ in thinking about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
Israel’s overall performance during the pandemic creates, in some ways, a portrait of the country.
Biden is trying to change something like the reality of life in America.
These days, Cuomo feels not like a man whose time has come, but one whose time has passed.
Translation is all about building bridges between similarity and difference.