A Jewish Journal columnist living in Tel Aviv describes the last 15 hours.
We have a stake in the future of Israel and Zionism, and it is in both Israeli and American Jews’ best interest for both to remain democratic.
It would be a tragic missed opportunity if, after all is said and done, American Jewish organizations could have done more in lending their voices to the fight.
It is worth analyzing how Jenin serves as a microcosm for the entire conflict, and how corruption and carelessness on both sides threatens to turn even the streets of Tel Aviv into a civilizational brawl.
To understand why, we must explore the cornerstones of Jewish anti-Zionism: the assumptions and assertions that often if not always characterize its structure.
Perhaps the most dramatic moment of a trip to Berlin gave way to the most significant moment of contemplation.
It is my full intention to keep writing about Herzl, simply because, as I have discovered, Israelis can’t seem to stop talking about him.
For the last few months, Josh Drill has styled himself a voice of the anti-government movement.
Red alerts to take shelter were sounded in Israel from the Gaza border area to the Gush Dan, Tel Aviv’s metropolitan area.
Netanyahu’s purpose was merely to expose what was, certainly at this time in history, left unexamined: the deeply personal contradictions of American Jewry.