Israel’s critics run the gamut from Jew-haters to people who have the country’s best interests in mind. Lumping all together as anti-Semites is a big mistake.
It's little wonder that those who remember they are Jews only when its time to criticize the Jewish state have zero influence on the Jewish community.
Pesach has become the festival of enslavement, not the festival of freedom. A seder in New York shows us what is possible, though.
Pendants worn by both Palestinian and Jewish patriots prove: The one-state solution is already a reality.
He gives Netanyahu the majority that enables him to maintain a far-right government but flirts with centrist and leftist parties. He says he opposes a biennial budget, but also agrees to it.
Say the BDS campaign gained real power. Would it really stop before destroying Israel, whose existence it consistently bewails? The most reasonable answer is that it wouldn’t.
IfNotNow and its co-founder Simone Zimmerman challenge U.S. Jews to end the occupation. But they won't answer this basic question: Do you support a Jewish and democratic state in Israel, alongside a Palestinian state? And if not, why not?
When Adolf Hitler first sent Jews to die, Europeans and Americans agreed that it was not their problem. Israel may be about to make the same mistake about Assad's killings in Syria.
While the public has taken an Israeli soldier accused of manslaughter to its heart, it's highly significant that the plight of 19-year-old Tair Kaminer has passed without recognition.