The claim that Benjamin Netanyahu’s government will make life hard for Diaspora Jews ignores what motivates Zionism’s foes and other anti-Semites.
Just as worrisome as his ignorance of rudimentary Judaism is the fact that Israel’s interim prime minister isn’t even capable of pulling off the rabbinic pretense. One can hardly wait to hear what cringe-worthy pearls he’s prepared for Sukkot.
Some Jews were outraged when British prime ministerial candidate Liz Truss spoke of woke anti-Semitism and said that “Jewish values are conservative values.” She was right.
Core Jewish principles involve putting others’ interests before your own, respecting every human being and observing moral codes based on right and wrong.
On June 17, 1967, today 55 years ago, then Israeli Minister of Defense Moshe Dayan solely made one of the most important and fateful decisions in the history of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
What is Hamas’ greatest fear? That Israel will start to build the Temple.
Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s visit to the Tomb of the Patriarchs was a reminder of both Jewish rights and the intractable and irrational nature of a conflict that Palestinians don’t wish to end.
Recently, a man living with his family for several years in an Orthodox community in Israel was discovered to be an undercover Christian missionary. The revelation sent shockwaves through the Israeli Orthodox world and many questions were asked about how such a thing could be allowed to happen. An untold aspect of the story shows […]
Israel’s transformation into the center of the Jewish world isn’t just a question of demographics. Israel is the present of the Jewish people and its future as well.
Some of Tzur Hadassah’s residents are in a pickle: Either they accept the apartheid-like implications of the Union for Reform Judaism’s position—by refusing to drive on certain roads, ride on certain buses or buy houses on certain streets—or they risk being denounced by their own religious leaders.