Americans also think there are more Jews in the U.S. than there actually are
By not taking a more hardline stance against Trump, American Jewish organizations are losing their moral credibility.
In response to Rabbi Cosgrove’s “When Jews Talk About Israel, We’re Really Talking About Ourselves,” the writer provides a new perspective.
Why do American Jews talk about Israel so much? Because it is easier than turning the lens on the endangered condition of our Judaism.
Senior Columnist Peter Beinart argues that it’s time for the US to consider putting conditions on how its funding to Israel is used.
“Birthright’s main problem… isn’t in how it treats the occupation, but what it’s done to Judaism back home, here in the U.S.”
Have American Jews been blind to anti-Semitism because it didn’t fit our own experiences? It’s possible that America isn’t what we thought it was.
Can American Jews trust that Donald Trump will defend them based on his comments in his second State of the Union address?
I wish to warn my Jewish American brothers and sisters of the danger I perceive as a French Jew too familiar with anti-Semitism.
Most American Jews have always believed America to be special among diaspora countries. That was before a Pittsburgh shooting that left 11 Jews dead.