Dog whistles are detected with ever greater precision when they come from the wrong political party.
The problem with cultural Judaism is not that it isn’t religious. The problem is that it isn’t anything.
The protestors drew a comparison between the Black Lives Matter movement engulfing the U.S. and the plight of Palestinians in Israel.
What is actually at stake in Jewish American debates over annexation has more to do with New York than Jerusalem.
What would today’s Abraham look like? He would relentlessly look for grey, rather than pant after black and white.
The opinion section of any publication, including this one, at its best, is a contemporary page of Talmud, animated by profound disagreement.
Jews need to double down on efforts to heal the world, which is groaning under so much sickness and pain.
What we need is something different — fully, passionate seeking Jews who demand the same of the bodies that represent them.
Those who are outraged about directing blame at “the Jewish community” are muting the voices in Jewish tradition that insist that we are one tribe.
Forward contributors Ari Hoffman and Joel Swanson debate how American Jews should mark Israel’s independence day.