However repulsive the racist may be, he has a logic which we must understand, because such a logic can ultimately wreak havoc
That so few Jews of Middle Eastern or North African origin have advanced in Israeli academia is a sad reflection of systematic, if unintended, discrimination.
Can the timeless fantasy of 'Beauty and the Beast' help us understand how so many American women voted for Donald Trump, an apparent sexual predator who thinks little of their dignity? | Opinion
A feeling of the uncanny accompanies the start of the new year, as Jews witness their religious and political leaders aligning themselves with anti-Semites and anti-democrats | Opinion
Trump’s election is a wake-up call for the out-of-touch left around the world.
The angry Israeli critics of artwork featuring a nude woman should aim their passions at scandalous homophobic, anti-Arab and anti-democratic acts.
The time has come to reexamine Hannah Arendt's thesis. Not all evil is banal, certainly not the kind that grips a nation with a sense of racial superiority. Israel is neither Nazi nor fascist or apartheid – but its current colonialist regime does bear a family resemblance with other evil regimes.
Friendship is free of the indignities, suffering and drama that characterize romantic love; it doesn't have an expiration date; we rarely suspect it to be a figment of our imagination. But love is what fuels our economy.
While a concerted effort in Syria, Iraq and Libya seems the only way to struggle against ISIS and Al-Qaida, Europe needs to formulate an innovative course of action.
Israel has exhibited three stages of denial in its treatment of the Palestinians since the formation of the state in 1948, allowing it to stay blind to its status as an occupying power.