How Eichmann in Jerusalem led the thinkers into a principled disagreement over Zionism and universalism that ultimately broke their quarter-century bond
A conversation with Rabbi Susan Silverman
A century after the start of a bloody persecution, will a genocide come to be recognized for what it was?
The future Duchess of Something may be planning to dress Yiddish and think British. Don’t tell her it’s actually the other way around.
Palestinian President Accuses Jews of ‘Counterfeiting History and Religion,’ Claims Qur’an Says They ‘Fabricate Truth’
Abbas, whose doctorate denied the Holocaust and who accused rabbis of poisoning Palestinian water, is no stranger to anti-Semitic remarks
The Media’s Mistaken Predictions About Jerusalem Violence After Trump Prove It Is Biased on Israel/Palestine
Just not in the way you think
Don’t be that guy
With a powerful shortwave radio and a battery of TV screens, he broke national news long before the internet, scooping everything from the Entebbe raid to the first Gulf War
Want to keep folks from shoving as they board the train? Send in the clowns.
This past year, the average Israeli gobbled up 125 pounds of turkey, chicken, and other fowl treats
An Israeli Won Gold in Judo in Abu Dhabi. They Refused to Play His National Anthem—So He Sang It Himself.
Tal Flicker’s moment of dignified defiance goes viral
Why today’s postmodern postcolonial feminism avoids the true front lines of the battle for women’s rights
Government-regulated competition, legislation that largely excludes the courts, and a ‘social lobby’ that backed even neo-liberal economic policy into covering 100 percent of the Jewish state’s citizens. Is there a lesson for the United States?
How to teach children about the Jewish State without cheerleading for Israel
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