Why are we leaving Afghans to die, when we can help them fight?
After months in quarantine during the pandemic, Sarajevo’s community once again gathers for an annual pilgrimage
And why the defeat of Sudan’s Islamist military dictatorship may be the real beginning of a possible spring for the region’s people
The Shabbat after Tisha B’Av is a time of comfort to the long-suffering Jewish people. Awhile back, in a strange bar in a strange land, I experienced it for myself.
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.
Israeli and Palestinian breast-cancer survivors build camaraderie as we face a common enemy
Charles London traveled the world and found a brand of Judaism he could embrace
In his new novel, Aleksandar Hemon unearths the misfortunes of a Chicago immigrant