The question isn’t whether Jewish institutions will let us in; it’s when they’ll get the memo that the occupation is costing them relevance.
Jewish institutions must recognize what young Jews see as the biggest threat: the daily nightmare of the occupation that Palestinians who live under.
Ramah alums claimed that the camps don’t discuss the occupation. Camp Ramah’s director said that they actually do.
We will be the generation to end our community’s support for the occupation. We have to be.
The anti-occupation organization is sharing posts on social media about young Jews and their growing consciousness of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The group “If Not Now” is exactly what our community needs, but its responses to Black Lives Matter and the Chicago Dyke March are very disappointing.
The occupation is not an inner-Israeli debate. There is an Occupier and an Occupied. We must always take this into account.
Israeli police grabbed her left arm from behind; she heard a “pop, pop, pop.” “I am broken but not finished,” she writes in this Forward exclusive.
Several Jewish activists opposing the Israeli occupation of the West Bank were hurt on Wednesday in clashes with police and security guards in East Jerusalem.
Rabbis, Jewish community leaders and activists are shockingly silent over the tragic death of Terrill Thomas in a Milwaukee jail.