A group of politicians who seem to oppose both the Democratic and Jewish principles of the State of Israel could be termed – among other things – anti-Zionists. Will the Jewish world behave towards these men in a similar way to which it behaves towards other anti-Zionists such as those in the BDS movement?
Wondering what Israelis are saying about the April 2019 election for Prime Minister? Makom interviewed some folks in and around the Jewish Agency for Israel
The Right would seem to be saying – I cannot be an evil antisemite, because I support Israel. I may hate Jews at home, but I like them in Israel. The Left would seem to be saying – I cannot be an evil antisemite, because I fight local antisemitism. I may hate Jews in Israel, but I like them here in the States.
The transformational power of Sigalit Landau’s Salt Bride speaks not only to the Dead Sea, or to the Dybbuk, or even to Lot’s Wife. It also symbolizes a transformation all of Israeli Jewish society is undergoing.
When the United States sneezes, the whole world catches the flu. While the decision of President Trump to withdraw US troops from Syria has led to political headlines and speculation in DC, it has put many in our area in fear for their lives. How should we respond to a sworn enemy that aims for our annihilation?
How can you do Freedom AND Loyalty?
Airbnb has chosen to “remove listings in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank…” This has, as might be expected, delighted activists working against the military occupation of the West Bank/Judea and Samaria, and has infuriated the Israeli government and its supporters.