In our divided society, with few unifying assumptions among different groups, politics has abandoned concrete proposals for the vague spiritual ideals of an administrative ruling class
The presidential trailblazer just took a historic first step toward national dialogue about anti-Semitism. But its success will depend on whether he’s willing to confront some hard choices.
The community’s leaders wanted the ceremony commemorating the Tree of Life massacre to be free of politics and conflict. One rabbi, and many congregants, felt differently.
But being right in Washington has a price
Making sense of a strange phenomenon
Our loyalty to this country is precisely why we fight bigotry
If the ‘maximum pressure’ campaign against Iran seems incompatible with Trump’s isolationist instincts and antiwar rhetoric, that’s because it is
How Trump Bullied Israel Into Punishing His Political Opponents, to the Jewish State’s Great Detriment
Last month, Netanyahu said Israel would allow Congresswomen Omar and Tlaib into the country. But after private pressure and public threats from Trump, he suddenly reversed course. The decision is disastrous for Israel, but great for the American president. And that’s the point.
Eighty years ago, the state tried to take over religious education. What happened next still serves as a blueprint for concerned parents and educators.