Hollywood has a responsibility to set the right example. But it isn’t the venue for determining guilt or innocence.
Shay Roman, who advised the show on issues relating to the conflict, talks to Haaretz about the series' departure from the usual way Israel is depicted on American television
The latest season brings the Pfeffermans on a meaningful trip to the Holy Land, but unlike Conan O'Brien, the show's creators don't work for the country's public relations machine
Mark Zuckerberg's bland Jewish allusions don’t substitute for taking a real moral stand on Facebook's raw power to channel incitement, hate and electoral espionage
Judaism can survive in the post-ethnic world only if its rabbis give up the ceremony of cutting off babies' foreskins of their own initiative
'Girls' creator and star says she has 'fallen in love with the poetry of Yehuda Amichai' after the death of her grandmother
Early reviews for season four of Amazon's transgender comedy praise plot that brings the Pfefferman family to Holy Land
Puerto Rico is the only island in the Caribbean that has Orthodox, Conservative and Reform congregations — and the latter is growing in leaps and bounds
Two New York Jews adrift in Israel seek answers through Kafka, kabbalah and the Tel Aviv Hilton in Krauss's eagerly awaited new novel, 'Forest Dark.'
During the 1970s, Graydon Carter thought, 'If you’re going to be an intellectual in New York, you've got to be Jewish'