Fleeing Egypt taught us what it should mean to be a powerful nation with the capacity to help those who need entry or safe passage.
A delegation of rabbis, attorneys and advocates for asylum seekers delivered the HIAS-organized petition to Capitol Hill.
18 Jews, infinite opinions.
Maddow apologized, but she was doing us a favor.
We are living in a country that is intentionally traumatizing children for political purposes.
A humanitarian nightmare is happening right now in our backyards — and the Jewish community needs to step up to help.
Comparing the deportation of immigrants to the Holocaust loses sight of our power to effect positive change through democracy.
AIPAC is missing an opportunity to help Israel solve it’s current refugee crisis — or at least address it in a friendly environment.
As the battle wages over the intention of Israel’s government to expel thousands of African migrants who entered the country through its southern border, Holocaust survivors are speaking up against the move and, at times, are being criticized for doing so.
In a rare rebuke of Israeli government policy, two major Jewish American organizations are publicly expressing their concern over a plan to deport thousands of African asylum seekers.