We asked two Forward contributors to debate if supporting Israel is necessary to fighting against antisemitism.
“I want to step back and think about the usefulness of the term ‘apartheid’ in thinking about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
Anyone can compare Netanyahu and Trump. But what do Avigdor Lieberman and Mitt Romney have in common?
We are entitled to our mistakes, but must earn forgiveness. Trump has not even begun the work necessary to earn acquittal.
There is something symbolic about Adelson passing away in January 2021, when nearly all of the political causes in which he invested are embattled.
Today’s violence is on Trump’s head. He is directly responsible for any violence and loss of life.
Trump has broken the moral compact that says that a leader has to be willing to accept defeat. For Jews, that’s a particularly serious transgression.
Eric and Don might be the spitting image of their father, but Jared’s sin was far worse, because he should have known better.
For many, antisemitism is like pornography: In Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s famous formulation, “You know it when you see it.”
Is some good old fashioned stability just what the doctor ordered? Or are we overdue for some serious change?