A Hanukkah message from Theodor Herzl, 125 years ago
The fates of Herzl’s son and daughters complicate the legendary origin story he shared with the world
Unlike most of his learned Jewish contemporaries, Herzl understood that antisemitism can’t be pled or reasoned away
How the art of Ephraim Moses Lilien helped redefine the figure of a newly independent, fin de siècle Jewish female
Peter Beinart thinks Jews don’t need Zionism. That’s because he’s never needed it himself.
Charging people $7.50 a vote to save what we’ve already fought for
Israeli Jews and diaspora Jews: one people divided by a common tongue
A new book asks if the early Eastern European proponents of nationhood saw the future Jewish territorial unit in Palestine as a province within a multinational empire
A hopeful view of a shared future for a group of people who underwent displacement and persecution over generations? Sounds familiar.
On the 20th anniversary of her death: How the influential Jewish apostate to Christianity and self-described ‘Hebrew-Christian’ Paul Philip Levertoff influenced the art and activism of his daughter
Long before ‘Hamilton’ there was ‘King of the Jews,’ an Israeli production in which the Zionist visionary sings, dances, and even raps
Rather than reveling in nuance and complexity, we should tell ourselves a simple story of national and religious pride
OK, fine, it’s Sidney Blumenthal
Radio team tells stories of residents of Israel’s ubiquitous 48 Herzl St. address
Why American Jews should vote in the World Zionist Congress elections
The Austrian writer presented an ideal of what Europe might have been and might one day be
Available next week on your iPhone, it only deepens the divide between Israelis and Palestinians over the meaning of land
Have you heard how Bibi decorates his office?