Opinion

Editorials from the Jewish Exponent, columns, blogs and a forum for kvetching n’ kvelling.

Jewish Tradition ‘Permits’ Abortion. If You Believe in Bodily Autonomy, That’s Not Enough

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Israeli Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz responded to the draft U.S. Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Where Do Jews Fit Into Critical Race Theory?

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Jews have debated whether critical race theory is “good for the Jews.”

Antisemitism Isn’t a Strong Enough Word

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Supporters of the BDS movement against Israel claim they are not antisemitic.

We Must Speak Out to Overcome the Antisemitism in Our Backyard

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We all know that antisemitism is on the rise in this country.

Letters: Tobin Overlooks, BDS a Real Threat

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The opinion piece by Jonathan Tobin (“Should Everyone Be Afraid of Elon Musk Buying Twitter?”, May 4) is a remarkable piece of sophistry.

The Squad Unveiled

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It is not unusual for bystanders to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to make pronouncements

New Partners in NATO

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For decades, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization seemed like a relic of the Cold War era.

The Five Miracles of Israel

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One of the problems with the need to always defend yourself is that you can lose sight of the big picture.

When Will the Israeli Right Stop Eating its Own?

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Historically speaking, those on the Israeli far-right have tended to challenge the dominant right-wing party.

Worldwide Condemnation of Israel Doesn’t Help the Search for Truth

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The tragic death of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh has prompted worldwide demonization of Israel