Why today’s postmodern postcolonial feminism avoids the true front lines of the battle for women’s rights
A casualty of a naïve belief in Israel’s potential to adopt a secular Hebrew culture beyond Judaism’s defining religious difference, the Russian-born writer was also revived as a feminist icon in the 1970s
To better understand the settler movement today, look to new thinkers like Rav Shagar, not the foundational minds of Ravs Kook, Amital, and Lichtenstein
There’s something perverse about dismissing anti-Semitism concerns of Jews in the U.S. by explaining how much you like Jews when they’re 6,000 miles away
The far-right leader loves to misrepresent the values of Jews and other minorities in efforts to troll them. No one should fall for it.
Iran Week: Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s astonishing and paradoxical account of his 1963 travels in the Holyland, newly translated and reissued as ‘The Israeli Republic’
The century-old document is a testament to colonialist double-dealing that left many Jews dead. Israel was reclaimed as the Jewish homeland in spite of it, not because of it.
A Times opinion piece fabricated and erased the positions of American supporters of Israel, including Alan Dershowitz, in order to link Zionism to the alt-right
Watch General John Allen’s Moving Account of How He Became a Zionist—and Why He Still Has Hope for Peace
The four-star general spoke earlier this month at an Israel Policy Forum gala in New York
The civil rights group’s newly published platform holds that societal reforms in America are somehow related to the Arab-Israeli conflict
‘Europe’s gift to Islam’ was born in Austria-Hungary 116 years ago this week. His ideas on the intersection of politics and religion are more relevant than ever.
Dispatch from a meeting of Sephardi leaders with the Palestinian President
OK, fine, it’s Sidney Blumenthal
What’s needed is more tribalism, not less