The effort to label egalitarian and open ideas about Jewish self-determination as post-Zionist can ultimately only deprive us of the essence of our Zionist heritage and leave us with the nationalism of the Liebermans and the Elkins.
At first glance, the atmosphere in the studio of a popular talk show on the official Russian television channel seemed stormier than usual. The impression was that the guests − a group of journalists, writers and film actors − were quarrelling angrily over fateful, controversial national issues, as though it were an Israeli political talk show in prime time. But I quickly realized that they were just...
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