By Robert Horenstein
Give Protestants Stake in Peace By Investing in Interfaith Efforts
Last week’s vote by the Episcopal Church of America to reject divestment from Israel didn’t simply happen in a vacuum. It was the culmination of renewed efforts by Jewish organizations to engage the mainline Protestant churches. Last month I traveled to Israel with a group of Christians for the first time. The experience has convinced…
Selective Condemnation of Jewish State Is Antisemitic
‘When people criticize Zionism, they mean Jews,” Martin Luther King once said. “In short, it is antisemitism.” But what about criticizing Israel? More specifically, what about singling out the Jewish state as a perpetrator of war crimes or as an egregious violator of human rights? Is this also antisemitism? Or is the claim of antisemitism…
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Why is the world not helping Gazans flee a war zone?
In new documentary ‘God and Country,’ Rob Reiner shines a light on Christian nationalism
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Jewish Deli and Yiddish Cooking in a TikTok World
Tue., Feb. 27, 2024 • 1 P.M. ET
Today many young people are creating and sharing short cooking videos through social media channels like TikTok. For Jews from non-traditional or non-religious backgrounds this has become a fun way to engage with their Jewish identity.
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