From West Midlands to Modi’in to Maryland, treating voters with disdain is a recipe for disaster
In this week’s Torah portion, sage words of advice for the Trump-stricken GOP and sit-in Democrats alike
Thank you, Attorney General, for announcing the FBI’s omission of references to Islam in the Orlando’s shooter’s official transcript. What’s next for your red pen—the Gettysburg Address?
On radical Islamism, postmodernism, and the threat of moral murkiness
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is opposing a bipartisan effort to streamline the fight against economic warfare aimed at Israel
Israeli police officer lets Tel Aviv shooter into his home, offers him water before realizing his true identity
No longer at home in either the Democratic or Republican parties, it’s time to acknowledge the end of an era
Steeped in constant anxiety, Israeli leaders, left and right, offer no real vision for the future
When it comes to covering St. Leonard’s masterworks, Miley is one of the greats. She proved it on the premiere of NBC’s ‘Maya & Marty.’
Never mind the Christian imagery: ‘Preacher’ is a show Abraham Joshua Heschel would’ve loved
‘Blonde on Blonde’ and ‘Pet Sounds’ are American gospel
A fireable offense? A robust democracy? The end?
What’s up with the weird discrepancies between the Israeli paper’s Hebrew and English articles?
But what about the relationship between anti-Semitism and pygmy hippos?
And we should all be grateful for it
On Zionism and the changing nature of anti-Jewish bigotry
As state legislations kick in, corporations rush to disavow anti-Israeli bigotry
Secular Jews, from Ber Borochov to ‘Broad City,’ lambast tradition but never stray far from the source
‘Zahav,’ the new bible of Israeli culinary delights, glitters
For a generation trained in moral relativism, there’s nothing like a strong tale of faith, fight, and freedom
The disgraced professor, thrown out in Illinois for vile anti-Semitic sentiments, appears to have been tossed out from the Lebanon university based on a petition circulating among students
Recent campus debates teach us an important lesson about bigotry and how to deal with it
Hadara Levin Areddy’s “What About Us?” is the song you need today
Incident at Princeton High School holds up a mirror to the American Jewish Community’s sick obsession with passing as “white”
Rather than reveling in nuance and complexity, we should tell ourselves a simple story of national and religious pride
Called OR, it’s just the sort of serious and engaged publication you wish you had when you were in college
The anti-Israel movement is suffering one defeat after another. So, why are so many Jewish activists—and donors—still obsessed with it?
‘The overwhelming majority of Israelis have stood in the young soldier’s boots, and can empathize with the confusion, the fear, and the rage that accompany the fog of war’
Meir Kahane’s grandson has been held under administrative arrest for more than seven months
Eleven years ago, Dror Zicherman obeyed the IDF’s open-fire regulations and failed to shoot a terrorism suspect. His decision came at a very heavy price.