We Jews should pray for Palestinian advocates as sensitive to our histories and needs as Tlaib is.
Michael Oren may sound confused and vacuous, but he doesn’t think he has to care what you think.
Alter was cool. His books came out, not in the faux-gilt, bombastic volumes of frummy publishers but with the cultural cachet of New York brand names.
Matti Friedman tells a thrilling tale of post-Holocaust derring-do. Maybe he should have skipped the hasbarah.
American culture lies to us about teachers. Educator Ilana Blumberg tries to give us some truth.
The twitter controversy denouncing Ilhan Omar as anti-Semitic can be better understood when looking at her other liberal foreign policy views.
Zionists used to care about everyone’s liberation, not just our own; and leftists used to admit that Jews are distinctive.
Birthright’s directors and staff may not realize it, but there’s a real choice here: Are proud, boisterous, passionate Jews a failure or a success?
Naftali Bennett’s debating points are written in the blood of Diaspora Jews. Shame on him.
We Jews have always politicized tragedy; politicization is the engine of Jewish survival.