Joshua Schreier and Mira Sucharov
By Joshua Schreier and Mira Sucharov
The Israeli Right Wing Is Delighted by Trump’s Win — and Why That’s So Dangerous
The Israeli government has expressed elation in reaction to Donald Trump’s electoral victory. Likud MK Yehuda Glick invited Trump to visit the territories to “see with his own eyes that settlements are the way to peace.” Ayelet Shaked, Israel’s justice minister, expressed hope that the president-elect would fulfill his promise to move the U.S. embassy…
If Israel Lets in Palestinian Refugees, Will It Lose Its Jewish Character?
We watched with admiration as Hagai El-Ad of B’Tselem and Lara Friedman of Americans for Peace Now appeared recently before the U.N. Security Council to urge action against the Israeli occupation. The session was framed as a discussion of settlements in the context of “peace” and a “two-state solution.” But behind the occupation lurks an…
Billy Crystal’s fake Yiddish was a Jewish standout at the Tonys — but how should Jews feel about it?
‘Whose religious freedom?’: Scenes from a Jewish rally for abortion rights
On Bob Dylan’s 81st birthday, his 10 most Jewish songs
New York Voices
99 years ago, she was born on the Lower East Side (and she still remembers everything)
In Case You Missed It
In the wake of the Supreme Court abortion decision, will the real gonif please stand up?
‘We don’t live in the abstract’: 3 Jewish women on the fall of Roe v. Wade
UN concludes Israeli military killed Palestinian journalist, as Israel continues to fight the claim
This rabbi made the religious case for abortion 30 years ago — it didn’t go well.