Opinion

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...
Rabbi Avram Mlotek

Opinion | How a ‘wokestorm’ is misleading a generation about Israel

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By Rabbi Avram Mlotek Just a few weeks ago, the streets of New York City were filled with thousands of people shouting “intifada” while also...
Sarah N. Stern

Opinion | Reflections, post-Gaza conflict

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By Sarah N. Stern It is the period after another round of fighting between Gaza and the Israel Defense Forces. This is the fourth conflict...
Rabbi Craig Axler

Parshat Sh’lach: Lost in translation

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By Rabbi Craig Axler When studying Torah, translation can make a world of difference in how we relate to the text. This week’s Torah portion...

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...

Letters to the editor: June 4

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Diet advice might not be about weight As someone who has overweight relatives, I believe that we’re “am echad” or “one people” blessed with unique...
Taryn Herlich

Opinion | Stop antisemitic gaslighting, online and everywhere else

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By Taryn Herlich When we hear the term gaslighting, we often think of an abusive or unhealthy relationship. Typically the goal of the perpetrator is...
Douglas Altabef

Opinion | The 11th lost tribe

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By Douglas Altabef The recently updated Pew Research Center survey of American Jewry is notable for its data showing dramatic growth in the number of...