Without a sense of exceptionalism, a country of chosen people cannot prosper
In Jessamyn Hope’s evocative debut novel, ‘Safekeeping,’ people are as beautiful and as vexed as the history with which they struggle
Tablet Original Fiction: ‘Ruth had always assumed she’d die a one-man virgin.’
Director Todd Solondz will finally introduce us to a grown-up Dawn Weiner, the nerdy, Jewish, and unredeemably pathetic star of his best film to-date
What a shift in focus—from obsessing over boundaries to creating welcoming spaces—could mean for our future
Confessions of a Jewish teenage folkie
‘I waited many years to come here, and I am very moved’
Nicholas Winton rescued more than 650 children by organizing Kindertransports from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia to the U.K.
She politely praised an anti-Israel author while battling Israel boycotters
ISIS affiliate claims responsibility; Netanyahu vows to fight Islamist terror ‘guided by Iran’
Video: Pomegranates, turmeric, and ground walnuts evoke the flavors of the old Silk Road
In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ study, why vows are hardly sacred, and why circumcision is the most glorious of rituals
A Jewish refugee from Uzbekistan had an American Dream
The fantasy is that sanctions halt economies. The reality is that enforcement requires tedious bookkeeping, painstaking forensic work, and the ability to stay a step ahead of experienced middlemen.