By Josh Feldman
What comes next for the protest movement in Israel?
Israelis are overwhelmingly against the judicial overhaul, but how far will they go to stop it?
Have the protestors against Israel’s judicial overhaul gone too far?
A mass protest for the good of Israel needs to be led by moderates who want to unite, not radicals who refuse to compromise
I’ve spent time with Israel’s far-right voters. They’re not who you think
The voters who chose Itamar Ben-Gvir did it for security, not because they shared his ideology
I’ve marched in the Jerusalem day parade — and this year, it’s a terrible idea
There was no doubt in my mind that I would participate in the flag march through the streets of Jerusalem. Down to Damascus Gate, through the Old City’s Muslim quarter and finally arriving at the Western Wall, the flag march is a decades-old tradition celebrating the reunification of Jerusalem and the city’s bond with the…
Zelenskyy joins Canadian Parliament’s ovation to 98-year-old veteran who fought with Nazis
Canada was ashamed to have saluted a Ukrainian who fought for Hitler. But that salute didn’t come from nowhere
Forverts in English
Hilarious video about the bris of a convert on Rosh Hashanah
Film & TV
Lee Grant is 97-and-a-half and just as fierce as ever
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Film & TV
A nude dating show is a controversial hit on Max. But is it actually sinful — biblically speaking?
After impassioned anti-Israel speech, CUNY Law School reportedly bars student speakers from next commencement