Katz’s cartoon may have been offensive, but the reality that it reveals is even worse.
When discussing Israel and Gaza, many people tend to treat the conflict as a simple, black-and-white issue. But that’s far from the truth.
In America, both politics and Judaism are as divided as ever. How do we find our own — and our shared — paths?
I had spent the last 15 years of my life cloistered in Orthodox Jewish schools and communities, and had barely encountered these liberal ideas before.
Both the United States and Israel suffer from systemic and institutional barriers and societal norms that impede the rise of women to political power.
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