In 1934, Berl Katznelson, an avowedly secular Socialist Zionist living in Tel Aviv, criticized members of his youth movement for going off to camp on Tisha B’Av.
Today, more than ever, Europe and Israel need each other.
From the very beginning, Zionism has counted non-Jews among its most enthusiastic supporters.
The Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania, pressed by the media about his association with an outspoken antisemite, last week condemned “antisemitism in any form” — yet refused to condemn the antisemite with whom he has been associating.
The sprawling crisis along our southern border, with two million immigrants having crossed into and remained in the United States over the past two years, is a desecration of American law and moral principle—despite what the Biden administration says.
Attention must be given to the fatally flawed portrayal of Jews in grade six textbooks.
Seventy-five years ago this week, the incredible voyage of the refugee ship Exodus captured the hearts and minds of the international community. The lively and provocative political...
Jewish Studies Professors Join Jewish Studies Zionist Network to Fight Anti-Zionist Activism on Campus
The Jewish Studies Zionist Network (JSZN) is a new initiative of scholars and educators in the field of Jewish studies who believe “that Zionism is a legitimate movement for the national self-determination of the Jewish people in their ancestral homeland.”
In the lead up to the Second World War, many North African Jews relied on musical tradition to alert their community to the rise of fascism in Europe, and to warn of the danger this movement posed to humanity.
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