Initially welcomed with open arms, Ukrainian Jews in Berlin have only begun to discover the emotional and communal deprivations of refugee life
In advance of Passover, thinking about the most vulnerable
This High Holiday season, remembering how we all got here
Taking a cue from this week’s Torah portion, HIAS spearheads a national conversation about asylum-seekers
Two thousand years of suffering and exile help an Israeli NGO teach Syrian and Iraqi refugees to build new lives in Europe
The international response to the Palestinian refugee issue holds many lessons, mostly negative, for the international community, particularly for Europe
In Pittsburgh, Jewish immigration agencies are helping to resettle refugees from around the world
An account–and a warning–from a Polish Jew on the front lines of the struggle for Europe’s soul
A conversation with Rabbi Susan Silverman
For more than a decade, Greg Constantine has been documenting the plight of the Rohingya
Two new studies of Islam portray recent outbursts of coordinated violence and oppression not as a reaction to Western liberalism but instead as fundamental to the religion itself
A new crop of books introduces young readers to people who fled their homes—in earlier decades, and today
Numerous gatherings are planned around the country on June 6
In 1992 I traveled to Zagreb to help displaced persons fleeing Bosnia and Herzegovina. Years later, I visited Sarajevo and pondered the fragility of freedom.
The ship’s refugees seeking safe haven from the Nazis were victims of a global system that included America
As we turn away refugees, I’m reminded of my mother’s experience trying to enter England from Nazi Germany—and the lifelong scars left by a customs official’s callous rejection
The identity of America—unity—is under attack by Trump’s administration, whose key goal is to divide. So stand up, shout out, and love thy neighbor.
From the Orthodox Union to the Reform Movement, and ‘Commentary’ to J Street, American Jews speak out in defense of refugees and Muslims
The Jewish world needs a place like Tablet where varying—even conflicting—viewpoints can exist side by side. Our times demand an engagement with big ideas and not a retreat from them.
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