By Jonathan Kessler
The African Hebrew Israelites are our friends — and their pending deportations from Dimona are a miscarriage of justice
In late April, the Israeli government ordered the deportation of dozens of members of the African Hebrew Israelite community within 60 days, a decision alarming to anyone concerned with democracy and civil rights in Israel. This community of around 2,000 first came to Israel in the 1960s. We have each met and become dear friends…
Pro-Israel Activism Makes Comeback on Campus
When the anti-Iraq war movement first burst on the scene, Israel’s core detractors recognized an opportunity to leverage a unique confluence of political dynamics. Thirty million echo-boomers entered the political arena for the first time, anti-war sentiment burgeoned on campus and a radical anti-Israel orientation continued to pervade much of the national leadership of the…
Admit it, American Jewish establishment: Peter Beinart was right
How one Black and Jewish family keeps rewriting the Haggadah to reflect their history — and dreams
Robert Kraft will spend $25 million running ads against antisemitism. Is this the right way to protect Jews?
Are Israeli generals more left-wing than their own government?
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