Liel Leibovitz is a senior writer for Tablet Magazine.
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Companies Run Scared as Anti-BDS Laws Take Effect

As state legislations kick in, corporations rush to disavow anti-Israeli bigotry

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The Paradox of Secular Judaism

Secular Jews, from Ber Borochov to ‘Broad City,’ lambast tradition but never stray far from the source

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Michael Solomonov Wins James Beard Award for Cookbook of the Year

‘Zahav,’ the new bible of Israeli culinary delights, glitters

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Thank God for the Haggadah, the Ultimate Non-PC Story

For a generation trained in moral relativism, there’s nothing like a strong tale of faith, fight, and freedom

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Did Steven Salaita Just Lose His Job at American University of Beirut?

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

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Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism. Get Over It.

Recent campus debates teach us an important lesson about bigotry and how to deal with it

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Your Weekly Dose of Israeli Musical Genius

Hadara Levin Areddy’s “What About Us?” is the song you need today

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Jewish Students Help Set Up ‘Jews vs. Nazis’ Beer Pong Game, But Don’t Dare Play

Incident at Princeton High School holds up a mirror to the American Jewish Community’s sick obsession with passing as “white”

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Want Zionism To Survive? Keep It Simple.

Rather than reveling in nuance and complexity, we should tell ourselves a simple story of national and religious pride

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New Student-Run Journal of Ideas Brings Much Needed Enlightenment to Campuses

Called OR, it’s just the sort of serious and engaged publication you wish you had when you were in college

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BDS, Inc.

The anti-Israel movement is suffering one defeat after another. So, why are so many Jewish activists—and donors—still obsessed with it?

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Charges Against IDF Soldier Who Shot Wounded Palestinian Terrorist Downgraded to Manslaughter

‘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’

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Let Meir Ettinger Attend His Son’s Bris

Meir Kahane’s grandson has been held under administrative arrest for more than seven months

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As IDF Soldier is Castigated for Shooting a Wounded Terrorist, One Survivor Recalls the Price of Inaction

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.

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Palestinian Teenager Hacks IDF Drones

Amateur computer nerd taps into satellite feed to give Islamic Jihad real-time HD access into Israeli military surveillance

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Farewell to the Man Who Gave Bond His Good Looks

Having grown up in Berlin, legendary set designer Ken Adam had an innate feeling for the aesthetics of evil and power

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When Trump Speaks at AIPAC, Let’s All Walk Out

The better angels of our nature expect nothing less

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Meir Dagan, Former Head of Mossad, Dies at 71

Nicknamed ‘Superman’ by his Arab opponents, Dagan was a fierce and smart warrior who was unafraid to speak his mind

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A High School Banned Swastikas From a Staging of ‘The Producers.’ Tablet to the Rescue!

Dear Students: Your teachers are dumb. Let us send you some cool, totally authentic-looking Nazi costumes.

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You’ll Never Guess Who’s Advising the New Herzl Biopic

OK, fine, it’s Sidney Blumenthal

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Mourning the Loss of Taylor Force

An American graduate student and former U.S. Army officer was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist in Tel Aviv

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Historic Letter Details Perils of Life in Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter in 1948

In 1948, Yitzchak Avigdor Orenstein, the Western Wall’s first rabbi, wrote a cry for help to then Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Herzog

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The Century-Old Science Fiction Story That Predicted Our Current Cultural Malaise

Max Beerbohm’s ‘Enoch Soames’ is an ode to those perennially forgotten eccentrics who make civilization possible, and a warning about what happens when they disappear

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Kesha, Agunah

The pop singer’s draconian contract ties her to a man she says abused her. That’s a familiar story to some Jewish women.

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Donald Trump, Human BDS

‘Whatever Trump’s supporters feel, they’ve a duty to consider their civic responsibilities and resist juvenile urges like stickin’ it to the man or tellin’ it like it is or votin’ for the funny and outrageous dude’

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Terrorism Is Not an Abstraction. It’s Gruesome and Wildly Hateful.

Sa’adi Ali Abu Hamed hacked his colleague, Tzvika Cohen, with an ax in a Jewish-owned mall in the West Bank last week. They’d shared a cup of coffee two days prior. You should watch the video.

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Israel’s Hottest TV Show Is All Black Hats and Beards

Two seasons in, Israeli TV drama ‘Shtisel’ offers fervently Orthodox viewers a cathartic glimpse into their own community

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From Florida to Canada, BDS is Having the Worst Week Ever

Already morally vile, the movement is now legally questionable as well

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Want the Syria Ceasefire to Mean Anything? Bring Back Hadar Goldin.

Goldin, the fallen Israeli officer, was kidnapped just hours into an American-brokered ceasefire in 2014. If American credibility in Syria and beyond is to mean anything, Goldin’s body must be returned to his family.

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