It’s called “sheetcaking,” and it begins in a Jewish bakery
What Rabbi Elvis taught me about myself and God
Sorry, said the DJ, I don’t speak any Arabic, and the music was groovy
Ending a long legal battle, Israel’s High Court makes an important step towards equal opportunity
Everyday Feminism shuns Gal Gadot, claims Rasmea Odeh is the real superhero
When some pious carnivores imported an heirloom species from Belgium, others cried fowl
The Alef Bet of Hebrew Hip Hop: Kwami de la Fox
Arrests five journalists, shuts down 30 news websites as new law prohibits criticism of “the social fabric”
The cheesy American snack is opening a fancy pop-up eatery in TriBeCa today, but its Israeli counterpart is better in every way, and here’s the recipe to prove it
How should Jews respond to the rise of the alt-right? A dive into the Tablet archives comes back with startling insights.
Profiles in bigotry and hate from the Tablet archives
Who are the movement’s ideological forefathers? And what can they teach us about its present and, more importantly, its future? A dive into Tablet’s archives offers troubling insights.
Can Donald Trump be bothered to be president?
Former NBA great—and Israeli basketball’s brightest star—slapped with a paternity suit
A short guide to everyone’s favorite Nazi-themed blunder
Baruch Dayan Ha’Emet
To repent, you must first know yourself, which means taking a break from technology’s distractions
More tough guys coming your way soon!
Channel 20, dedicated to Jewish tradition and spirituality, will pay $27,000 in fines
The ACLU Political Director Engages With a Critic
In an electric campaign rally, the embattled prime minister took on everything from fake news to his electoral prowess. Remind you of anyone?
Has an Israeli CEO avoided arrest by changing the spelling of his name?
The Alef Bet of Hebrew Hip Hop: Cohen@Moshon
Finally out in English, Orly Castel-Bloom’s ‘An Egyptian Novel’ is a manual for living with defeat
“I’ve always appreciated it that men and women serve together,” said Marissa Avram
With Sarahah, young adults can trade secrets anonymously. Can peace be far behind?
The organization’s National Political Director, Faiz Shakir, has a long history of anti-Israel advocacy. Is he turning the respected organization into a partisan attack group?
Everyone’s favorite Twitter lunatic believes Bibi, the Mossad, and Chabad helped Russia steal the election for Donald Trump
The previously reliably pro-Israel senators have officially changed course, and it’s worth asking why
This Tisha B’Av, I tried a new tradition: buying strangers lunch