This analysis is racist. It strips Palestinians of agency; it implies that they do not value their own lives.
The dehumanization of Gazans has reached such a level that a soldier looking at a Palestinian in Gaza does not see an unarmed human but a terrorist.
Around five million Palestinians around the Levant depend on UNRWA for public school education, health clinics, social services and employment.
On their way to the bank, social media monoliths are undermining our civil society and democratic culture.
No matter who triumphs in this election, America has already betrayed its Jews, as Lisa Goldman explains.
Did Arab athletes act the way they did because they’re anti-Semites? Lisa Goldman says there’s another explanation, though many Jews won’t be able to hear it.
As some worry aloud about letting Syrians into Europe, Lisa Goldman wonders: do we have a blind spot when it comes to certain kinds of refugees?
Michael Oren speculates that Obama’s conciliatory policy toward the Muslim world is rooted in ‘daddy issues.’ That’s not professional psychoanalysis — it’s cheap gossip, Lisa Goldman writes.
For Lisa Goldman, the most insightful questions at this weekend’s J Street conference came not from Jews, but from non-Palestinian Arabs. Why did they go unanswered?
Muslim Knesset hopeful Ayman Oudeh, whose family has captivated Jewish leftists and the Israeli media, is coming out the winner in this election, Lisa Goldman writes.