Let Leonard Cohen, T.S. Eliot, and more, inspire some contemplation
His Israeli restaurant targeted by bigots, one German chef gets creative
After years of avoiding the jarring ritual, I’ve realized there’s no substitute to its terrible beauty
An open letter to John Kerry and Samantha Power, who can’t end the war in Syria, but can repent and take action for the dead IDF soldiers still held by Hamas
The Met’s new exhibit reimagines the holy city as a pleasant pile of objects, conveniently free of people and their delusions
The activists on board are no peaceful bunch
For terrorists and activists alike, an identity addiction spells trouble
Her works, like the great texts of Jewish tradition, came to life only when read aloud
A viral new online quiz dares you to differentiate between Israel’s most popular politician and the world’s most popular furniture store
Campus Week: A three-point guide to blocking out BDS, SJP, and other evils on campus
Campus Week: Shouting trendy slogans is just noise; building communities is an act of love
In the former congressman’s fall from grace, Judaism offers lessons in empathy
It’s time to stop pretending our politics and our theology are one and the same
The new Netflix hit is a serious meditation on doubt, belief, and the perils of growing up
Millions clandestinely funneled to organizations dedicated exclusively to opposing the Jewish state
Care about black—and gay and transgender and female—lives? Give them guns and train them well, just like the IDF does.
The media reported that a Palestinian swimmer didn’t have access to an Olympic-size swimming pool because of Israel. Technically, this was true. She had access to several.
Another day, another ridiculous opinion piece in the paper of record
Playing the popular game in the death camp is a celebration, not a desecration
The struggle to take back the team’s reputation begins yet again
If you want to boycott Israel but not Erdogan’s dictatorship, there’s an old and useful term that might describe you well
A trusty guide to the deal’s contradictions
In ‘The New Yorker,’ George Packer advocates a fashionable do-nothing approach to terrorism. That’s dead wrong.
Newt Gingrich said he wants to deport every Muslim in America if they believe in Sharia. To test for this, he should consider using Pokémon Go, a sure-fire religious persecution trap.
The recent attempt to investigate the Israeli politician for war crimes is yet another sign of Europe’s moral implosion
When a movement devolves into a death cult, it’s time to rethink our assumptions
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?