Op-Ed

Israel and the US: Danger Just Around the Corner

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A strong U.S. relationship with Israel depends on broad support for the Jewish state among American citizens.

Jewish Environmental Thought Is Not Ready for the Climate Crisis. But Our Tradition Is

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Smoke from California’s fires is regularly bad enough to tint the sun on the other side of the country.

The Israeli Government Has Lasted a Year; Was it Worth it?

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Like a terminally ill patient who has defied a doctor’s predictions, the government is rounding out a year in office.

‘Foreign Aid’ to Israel a Billion-dollar Bonanza for the US

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The U.S. does not give foreign aid to Israel — the U.S. makes an annual investment in Israel.

Hate is on the Rise and the Pennsylvania Legislature Must Act

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On June 7, 1998, three men — two of them avowed white supremacists — lynched James Byrd, Jr., a Black man, in Jasper, Texas.

I Left Israel to Give My Kids the American Dream. Is This It?

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On the day when the shooting happens, I finally unlock what some say is the most vital part of the American dream.

On Jerusalem Day, We Showed That Israel Can Still Win

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On Jerusalem Day ... the state of Israel and the people of Israel won again.

The Only Honest Discussion About Guns Rests on the Second Amendment

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The massacre in Uvalde, Texas, is just one more in a long succession of horrific examples of gun violence in America.

Here’s How We Can Help 100,000 New Ukrainian Refugees

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After my family and I escaped from Odessa in the mid-1970s, an awful feeling of statelessness settled upon me.

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.