Along with stroller recommendations, nanny discussions and million-dollar apartment advertisements, these moms are debating the Middle East conflict.
Grilling candidates on philosophical litmus tests is indeed a problem. But that’s not what happened here.
Israeli feminist bloggers address the sense of entitlement (male) IDF soldiers have to women’s bodies.
Aaron Steinberg-Madow’s campaign calls for Jews to wear a kippah, Star of David or hamsa as an act of solidarity with those most vulnerable.
To watch “Disturbing the Peace” is to be challenged. Does the new documentary present a false moral equivalency between Israelis and Palestinians? Or is the apparent symmetry a tool so the film is more effective to a wide audience?
Mira Sucharov asks: Would Zionists feel welcome there, too? Or are leftists just creating another kind of silo?
Poetry has become a lightning rod in Israeli politics — especially the kind written by Darwish. Mira Sucharov explains why.
It would be bad enough if it was merely risky. But Decision at 50 is also wrong, Mira Sucharov writes.
Are left-wing movements in North America inappropriately obsessed with Israel?
While Trump doubles down on his proposed Muslim ban, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is welcoming Syrian refugees with open arms, Mira Sucharov writes.