Despite political drift, U.S. and Israeli Jews must stand up for shared values.
Diaspora Jews have a long history of fighting for social justice, using history as a source.
“We committed to [liberty, justice, peace] at the eve of the War of Independence; at a time when we did not know whether the State… would survive.
White privilege happens when a people assumes unearned entitlements, when they take conditions for granted that give one group an advantage.
To a growing number of Diaspora Jews, it feels like Israel is pushing us away. If Israel cares to bridge the gap, what should it do?
Efforts to integrate ultra-Orthodox men into Israeli society have led to the exclusion of women — an unacceptable trade-off.
Israel can ill afford to lose a majority of Democrats or a substantial percentage of American Jewry.
The rise of ultra-nationalism has significantly damaged the strategic triangle between Israel, the U.S., and American Jewry.
“Protest tourism” is a straw-man attack — and diaspora Jews should absolutely keep advocating against occupation.
Performative activism is not the only way to advocate for Israel’s improvement.