American Jews have had a wake up call about what it means to be a Diaspora Jew. We have more in common with other minorities than Israel.
Israelis don’t agree about whether they are Israeli or Jewish. Studies show that they are divided.
TEL AVIV (JTA) — On Sunday, a day before thousands of American Jews descended on this Israeli city to air their differences with the nation’s government, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin had a listening session.
Does being Jewish disqualify one to lead a US team charged with mediating a complex conflict like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
It’s too late for you to give us the silent treatment, to back down and walk away as if you have nothing to do with it.
Rachel Cowan tried to heal the growing rift between American Jews and Israel.
Latin American Jews look at identity, including Jewish identity, as endlessly malleable –- just like Julia Salazar.
Progressive American Jews should not have to bear the burden of Israel’s politics.
Diaspora has expanded, rather than limited, Jewish identity.
This week exposed an uncomfortable truth that American Jews are just now beginning to wrestle with: Israel doesn’t care about American Jews.