Israel and the US: Danger Just Around the Corner

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

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?

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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