When our community is fragmented by conflict, derision and marginalization, we are not really observing the laws of Hanukkah.
At my university, Jews and Arabs come together for intentional meals. So why can’t we channel this spirit of generosity when discussing the conflict?
I’m an outspoken feminist. And I believe we must champion gender equality by promoting separate gender education for ultra-Orthodox students.
As we walk toward our holy site, we are treading on the foundations of someone else’s destroyed home, writes Tova Hartman. Our prayers there should acknowledge that.