The U.S.’s family separation and Israel’s treatment of Palestinians are rather similar, but elicit different responses from many American Jews.
Trump is turning America into an idol. And he’s turning nationalism into idol-worship. As Jews, we should sense the danger.
In the shadow of Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu, Bernie Sanders is dramatically challenging Beltway discourse on Israel.
Sanders, Warren and 11 other senators signed a letter urging Trump “to do more to alleviate the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip.”
Many are asking what Israel should do instead of shooting Palestinians. It’s the wrong question.
Palestinians have tried to convince the world that Zionism is inherently racist. Now they have a powerful new ally: Donald Trump.
The first West champions diplomacy based on mutual compromises between longtime adversaries. The second champions “maximum pressure”
Why are thousands of Palestinians risking their lives by running toward the Israeli snipers who guard the fence that encloses Gaza?
Young Americans, including young American Jews, are more critical of Israel than their elders are. But it’s not because they’re ignorant of history.
Why is Jared Kushner where he is? The answer says something revealing — and disquieting — about the changing status of American Jews.