Editorials

The uncertain future of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs

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For almost 80 years, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) has been an independent community relations umbrella organization committed to the development of...

Reuven Rivlin: Honor and dignity in office

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As Israel’s 10th president, Reuven Rivlin operated with a steady and comforting hand. So it is with sadness that we prepare for him to...

Don’t mess with donor-advised funds

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Donor-advised funds (DAF) have been around for nearly a century. They are accounts created by individuals at a sponsoring organization — usually a public...

A genocide on our watch

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At their recent meeting, leaders of the Group of Seven issued a call to China to “respect human rights and fundamental freedoms.” Chief among...

Benjamin Netanyahu

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After his historic 12 years as Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu’s legacy begins with two words: It’s complicated. But whatever your view of the...

Moral certainty and ‘truth’

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It is disturbing that today’s public disagreement has moved from engagement, debate and reasoned argument, to more confrontational, accusatory and finger-pointing expressions of anger,...

Partners in the battle against antisemitism

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The announcement last week that Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is leading a group of Jewish and Black senators in establishing a coalition to fight...

The change coalition

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The eight unlikely parties in Israel’s change coalition reflect the political contortions elements of Israel’s ideological leadership are willing to endure in order to...

Israel on the brink of change

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As we go to press late Tuesday afternoon, Israel is poised for what could be significant political change that will usher in a new...

Antisemitism in America

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A little more than a year ago, just before COVID-19 overtook our lives, we were lamenting the troubling rise of antisemitism in the United...