Liel Leibovitz is editor-at-large for Tablet Magazine and a host of its weekly culture podcast Unorthodox and daily Talmud podcast Take One. He is the editor of Zionism: The Tablet Guide.
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The Jewish way of gun ownership is more about responsibility than power
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A Tablet roundtable with Tony Badran, Michael Doran, Jacob Siegel, Lee Smith, and Gadi Taub
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What the latest outburst of anti-Haredi misinformation tells us about progressive notions of identity and power
America’s manipulation of the Jewish state is endangering Israel and American Jews
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The massive protests preceding Israel’s 75th birthday have resurrected a century-old question that now demands an answer: A Jewish state or state for Jews?
In his new book, Rabbi Ari Berman, president of Yeshiva University, offers a poignant blueprint for how to live