Jewish Journal Staff

Jewish Journal Staff

Print Issue: Prince of Truth | April 5, 2024

Through his books and essays and ubiquitous presence on panels, debates and media interviews, Douglas Murray has devoted his career to the art of seeking and spreading the truth.

Print Issue: Got College? | Mar 29, 2024

With the alarming rise in antisemitism across many college campuses, choosing where to apply has become more complicated for Jewish high school seniors. Some are even looking at Israel.

Print Issue: Shattered | Mar 15, 2024

Psychologists have been using the word “trauma” to describe the effects of Oct. 7. What I learned on my trip to Israel is that even that intense word fails to convey the scale, the savagery or the sadism of events that day.

Fighting Tay-Sachs with Genetic Screening

While some people think that Tay-Sachs has been eliminated, babies are still being born with this disease. How is this possible, when genetic testing is so readily available?

Print Issue: Hide No More | Mar 1, 2024

We, the Jewish people, have risen to this time in history for a moment like this. A time in which we proudly explore and publicly honor our Jewish identity. A reclamation of the word Jew. Not used as a word to denigrate. But used as a word to self-celebrate.

Print Issue: Why the UN Hates This Man | Feb 16, 2024

For more than 20 years, as executive director of UN Watch, Hillel Neuer has been exposing the blatant discrimination against Israel at the United Nations and its subsidiary groups. They all wish he would go away.


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