Bitter calls for revenge fill the streets of Israel since the bodies of three kidnapped Israelis were found. But not everyone is staying quiet in the face of calls for more violence and hate.
Does Presbyterian divestment smack of anti-Semitism, as Jane Eisner suggests? Elisheva Goldberg says the ‘double standard’ argument misses the point of the Church’s vote.
Apparently it is possible for Jews to have a productive debate on Israel — if you give them a Brooklyn arts space, kosher kale, and some very specific instructions.
When Harvard students snapped a photo at Arafat’s grave, they incurred the wrath of the right wing. Elisheva Goldberg says their only crime was thinking critically.
When Arabs and Jews came together to sing in Jerusalem, settler youth showed up to protest. Then liberal youth came to protest the protest. Then, strangely, everyone had fun.
Scarlett Johansson’s decision to do a Super Bowl ad for SodaStream leaves us asking: Should we love the Israeli product or hate it — or both?
Scarlett Johansson says her favorite thing about SodaStream is that ‘I don’t feel guilty.’ Isn’t it awkward for her that the company profits from the Israeli occupation?