We don’t have words. But Melania does.
Refugees want the same things we do: safety, opportunity and the ability to contribute to society.
Comparing the deportation of immigrants to the Holocaust loses sight of our power to effect positive change through democracy.
The forced separation of families in the United States today recalls my own family’s journey from Ukraine to America.
The Israeli government plans to release the migrants, largely from Eritrea or Sudan, to another African country, most likely Uganda.
The third country is widely reported to be Uganda, although that country denies it.
How did a humanitarian and political crisis about Eritreans and Sudanese migrants morph into a controversy over a left-leaning nonprofit?
Israel will now look to negotiate a deal with Uganda, even though the African country does not want to accept the migrants.
Signs have popped up in restaurant windows stating that refugees are welcome and quoting Biblical passages — in particular, Deuteronomy.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, discusses Israel’s about-face on its racist refugee policy.