Liel Leibovitz is a senior writer for Tablet Magazine and a host of the Unorthodox podcast.
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Virginia Democratic Candidate Apologizes to Jewish Community for Past Statements

Ibraheem Samirah once suggested Israel was worse than the KKK, now he’s running for office in Virginia

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Harry Potter and the Half-Wit Dunces

The lunatic left takes on J.K. Rowling for opposing anti-Semitism

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Time Regained

In a Polish prisoner’s lectures on Proust and a Jewish Holocaust survivor’s defiant Hebrew calendar, lessons in resilience and survival

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Judaism, Actually

‘Love, Actually’ is not just great, but it may also be the most Jewish Christmas movie ever made

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Palestinian Death Cult Shoots Israeli Mom

Hamas injures seven in ‘heroic’ terror attack, as baby delivered in C-section fights for his life with the help of Israeli doctors

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Happiness, Happiness You Shall Pursue

A recent ‘New York Times’ essay delivers a crucial reminder from the Founding Fathers about identity politics

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The Flight 002 Election

Last week, Israeli media reported of rioting Haredim onboard an El Al plane. The true story turned out to be very different, and deeply revealing.

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Why Adam Sandler Is Funny

The comic’s new Netflix special is a masterpiece of emotionally honest, intimate, and hilarious comedy

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The Pittsburgh Principles

Wondering what to do in the aftermath of the horrendous attack on the Tree of Life synagogue? Just look to the city of steel.

 

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In the New ‘Halloween,’ a Parable About Jewish Survival

Be prepared, believe in evil, and carry a big gun

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Yitzhak Rabin’s Annual Memorial Service Turns Ugly

The slain prime minister’s granddaughter lashes out at Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli government

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Don’t Go to College. Do This Instead.

Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree

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New Songwriting Contest Hopes to Make Teens Rock Jewish Music

Will the next Debbie Friedman please stand up?

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Pitch Imperfect

An Emmy-winning documentary about Israel’s most popular soccer team gets it all wrong for all the worst reasons

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The Gospel of Saint Paul

The most meaningful conversion I have ever experienced wasn’t going from left to right or abandoning bacon and going kosher. It was switching from Lennon to McCartney.

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Paul McCartney Repents for ‘Hey Jude’

Never meant to offend the Jews, he tells ‘GQ’

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Israel’s Left Discovers a New Hero: Jeremy Corbyn

In ‘Haaretz’ and on campus, nothing but love for the embattled Labour leader

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Working It

Actor Geoffrey Owens gracefully reminds us that we have too many shouters and swooners but not enough decent people willing to find meaning in an honest job

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In Striking Down Gay Sex Ban, Indian Justice Finds Inspiration in Leonard Cohen

Indian Supreme Court Justice Dhananjaya Chandrachud read from Leonard Cohen’s “Democracy” to end the country’s 158-year-old ban on same-sex relations

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Wanted: Smart, Dedicated Lawyers Who Will Defend Free Speech

America needs you, now more than ever

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Random Acts of Kindness: Your Almost-End-of-Week Feel-Good Story

Need your faith in the goodness of strangers reaffirmed? Read on

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Esau and the Knicks

As a New York fan sells his allegiance to the Los Angeles Lakers, it’s time to reconsider the Bible’s greatest unsung hero

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The New York Times Religious War: ‘Wokenism’ vs. the Catholic Church

The zealots on 41st Street have no patience for competing points of view

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A New Kickstarter Campaign Hopes to Bring Jewish Deli to Seattle

A popular baker leans in to his family’s culinary tradition and dreams of Reubens and bagels

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BREAKING: Palestinian Incitement Achieves Absolutely Nothing Yet Again

As Palestinian soccer chief is fined for incitement, another painful lesson in the futility of hatred and intimidation

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The New York Times’ Hit Job on a Pro-Israel Book Is a New Low

Raja Shehadah’s takedown of Yossi Klein Halevi’s ‘Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor’ is noxious propaganda that any sentient editor should’ve rejected

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Eichmann in Full

Chris Weitz’s new ‘Operation Finale’ elegantly escapes turning into another dreary film that’s too embalmed in reverence to deal with real emotions

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