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The Golda Meir exchange, part 2: “a female leader in a world run by men”

Francine Klagsbrun is the author of more than a dozen books, including The Fourth Commandment: Remember the Sabbath Day and Married People: Staying Together in the Age of...

The Golda Meir exchange, part 1: Has Israel been unfair to its first female prime minister?

Francine Klagsbrun is the author of more than a dozen books, including The Fourth Commandment: Remember the Sabbath Day and Married People: Staying Together...

The Hasidic Dynasties exchange, part 2: On Hasidic Jews and the larger Jewish tribe

Samuel Heilman holds the Harold Proshansky Chair in Jewish Studies at the Graduate Center and is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Queens College of...

The Hasidic Dynasties exchange, part 1: On leadership and succession in the Hasidic world

Samuel Heilman holds the Harold Proshansky Chair in Jewish Studies at the Graduate Center and is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Queens College of...

The Contemporary Left Antisemitism exchange, part 3: On Corbyn, Trump and the mainstreaming of racism

David Hirsh is a senior lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London and the founder of Engage, a campaign against academic boycotts of Israel....

The Contemporary Left Antisemitism exchange, part 2: ‘Many antisemites truly feel themselves to be opponents of antisemitism’

David Hirsh is a senior lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London and the founder of Engage, a campaign against academic boycotts of Israel....

The Jabotinsky’s Children exchange, part 3: On Jabotinsky in current Israeli politics

Daniel Kupfert Heller is assistant professor of Jewish studies at McGill University. Dr. Heller received his PhD from Stanford University and his undergraduate degree...

The Contemporary Left Antisemitism exchange, part 1: ‘Opposing antisemitism is about politics, not about race or religion’

David Hirsh is a senior lecturer in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London and the founder of Engage, a campaign against academic boycotts of...

The Jabotinsky’s Children exchange, part 2: On the great Zionist leader’s ‘flirtations’ with Fascism

Daniel Kupfert Heller is assistant professor of Jewish studies at McGill University. Dr. Heller received his PhD from Stanford University and his undergraduate degree...

Guest Column: Does it matter how many Israelis define themselves as ReformConservative?

Two days ago, I posted an article based on a new survey. The survey showed that the number of Israelis defining themselves as Reform...

The Jabotinsky’s Children exchange, part 1: On the Polish origins of right-wing Zionism

Daniel Kupfert Heller is assistant professor of Jewish studies at McGill University. Dr. Heller received his PhD from Stanford University and his undergraduate degree...

The Inconsistency in the Torah exchange, part 3: ‘The Torah is a minefield of culturally dependent literary phenomena’

Joshua A. Berman is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Hebrew Bible at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. He is the author of Created Equal:...

The Inconsistency in the Torah exchange, part 2: Between biblical criticism and religious belief

Joshua A. Berman is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Hebrew Bible at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. He is the author of Created Equal:...

The Inconsistency in the Torah exchange, part 1: How do we make sense of the Torah’s many contradictions?

Joshua A. Berman is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Hebrew Bible at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. He is the author of Created...

The Mahmoud Abbas exchange, part 2: On peace agreements with Arab autocrats

Amir Tibon is an Israeli journalist who covers Washington, D.C. for Haaretz newspaper. Prior to Haaretz, Tibon was the diplomatic correspondent for Walla News, a...

The Mahmoud Abbas exchange, part 1: A man of peace turned autocrat

Amir Tibon is an Israeli journalist who covers Washington, D.C. for Haaretz newspaper. Prior to Haaretz, Tibon was the diplomatic correspondent for Walla News, a...

The Origins of the Jews exchange, part 3: Between roots and politics

Steven Weitzman is the Abraham M. Ellis Professor of Hebrew and Semitic Languages and Literatures and the Ella Darivoff Director of the Katz Center of Advanced...

The Origins of the Jews exchange, part 2: On the gaps between the Jewish public and the scholars

Steven Weitzman is the Abraham M. Ellis Professor of Hebrew and Semitic Languages and Literatures and the Ella Darivoff Director of the Katz Center of Advanced...

The Origins of the Jews exchange, part 1: On our quest for roots

Steven Weitzman is the Abraham M. Ellis Professor of Hebrew and Semitic Languages and Literatures and the Ella Darivoff Director of the Katz Center of...

The Weapons Wizards exchange, part 3: On some of Israel’s unsung heroes

Yaakov Katz is an Israeli journalist who currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post. He previously served for close to a decade as the...

The Weapons Wizards exchange, part 2: On Israel’s massive arms exports

Yaakov Katz is an Israeli journalist who currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post. He previously served for close to a decade as...

The Weapons Wizards exchange, part 1: Behind Israel’s culture of military innovation

Yaakov Katz is an Israeli journalist who currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post. He previously served for close to a decade as...

The All the Rivers exchange, part 3: On tribalism

Dorit Rabinyan was born in Kefar-Saba, Israel and wrote her first novel, Persian Brides, at age twenty one. An award-winning international bestseller translated into...

The All the Rivers exchange, part 2: ‘We Israelis and Palestinians are programmed to identify with only one narrative’

Dorit Rabinyan was born in Kefar-Saba, Israel and wrote her first novel, Persian Brides, at age twenty one. An award-winning international bestseller translated into...

The Path to Peace exchange, part 3: What can Israel and the Palestinians learn from Northern Ireland?

George J. Mitchell served as a Democratic senator from Maine from 1980 to 1995 and Senate majority leader from 1989 to 1995. He was...

The All the Rivers exchange, part 1: Beyond the Borderlife scandal

Dorit Rabinyan was born in Kefar-Saba, Israel and wrote her first novel, Persian Brides, at age twenty one. An award-winning international bestseller translated into...

The Path to Peace exchange, part 2: ‘Absent an agreement, Israel risks a deterioration of stability in the West Bank’

George J. Mitchell served as a Democratic senator from Maine from 1980 to 1995 and Senate majority leader from 1989 to 1995. He was...

The Path to Peace exchange, part 1: Why is this the time to talk about the peace process?

George J. Mitchell served as a Democratic senator from Maine from 1980 to 1995 and Senate majority leader from 1989 to 1995. He was...

The ‘Why?’ exchange, part 3: ‘Groups, like individuals, need friends’

Peter Hayes is professor of history and German and Theodore Zev Weiss Holocaust Educational Foundation Professor of Holocaust Studies Emeritus at Northwestern University and...

The ‘Why?’ exchange, part 2: ‘Antisemitism did not propel Hitler to power’

Peter Hayes is professor of history and German and Theodore Zev Weiss Holocaust Educational Foundation Professor of Holocaust Studies Emeritus at Northwestern University and...

New Articles

AOC Withdraws From Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Event Following Pro-Palestinian Criticism

The event will be held in October by Americans for Peace Now.

Report Highlights Anti-Semitism in Qatari Textbooks

One textbook called Zionism "a radical racist political movement."

Friend of Anne Frank Lays First Stone of Amsterdam’s Newest Holocaust Monument

"I’m satisfied that it’s finally happening," she said.

Abbas Criticizes Peace Deals, Calls for U.N. to Resolve Israel-Palestinian Conflict

“The only way to a comprehensive and just peace is the establishment of a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders.”

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