The Alef Bet of Hebrew Hip Hop: Shekel
The student-produced guide names the Jewish state as a singular threat to peace and justice and labels its Tel Aviv campus an imperial project
Forget spirituality; try economics instead
Yigal Guata became an unlikely champion of LGBT rights
Sorry, they told the victims, we only help those who sue Jews
It’s like Harry Potter meets Spy Kids meets Fauda
And what to do about it
You can shout all you want, but you can’t resist that chocolate pudding
Under Mahmoud Abbas, having coffee and pastries with a Jew is a punishable offense
To repent for your corporate sins, begin by acknowledging your vulnerability
By attending the wedding of his gay nephew, Yigal Guata became an unlikely defender of LGBT rights
Want that driverless sedan to hit a pedestrian or drive into a wall? Here’s how you do it.
There’s no surer path to peace than suing a fast food franchise
After calls to murder Jews lost him his job, it’s time for radical culinary theory
This is how you keep the exchange of ideas unfettered and unthreatened
This fall season, Hollywood finally catches up with kabbalistic notions of repetition and reincarnation, giving us all one more shot at working through the stories of our lives
Before, during, and after the attack, Germany displayed a systemic pattern of neglect, still unacknowledged by its government
Don’t call it a Smycka: From now on, there’s a kosher word for that
Remember Jeremy Meeks?
Championing the underprivileged but committed to national security, the centrist judge made a career out of walking a fine line
The ‘Propaganda Leader’ to his minions: Xenophobia’s out, chickpeas are in
From the Rose Bowl to the US Open, nothing but nachas
Talk about course correction
The weekly helped me imagine myself as part of a larger community
Up there, in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, it’s a hot and bothered bug.
I’m no fan of the Piano Man’s, but that bit with the yellow star was touching
Known in Israel as “Doctor Fear,” the political strategist gave the prime minister his 1996 upset victory
For the second time in a decade, the photography giant pays a hefty fine for treating its Hispanic employees unfairly
No, really: It’s right there in the Talmud
Jews: Still really good at making movies!