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Do We Really Oppose Terrorism?

By Sarri Singer It is hard to imagine that it has been 14 years since that day that changed my life forever. Fourteen years ago,...

United Effort on Iran Requires Additional Sanctions

By Robert P. Casey, Jr. At the height of World War II, Sen. Arthur Vandenberg, a Republican and avowed isolationist, stood on the Senate floor...

Let’s Journey Together

By Rabbi Deborah Waxman “These are the times that try men’s souls.” While Thomas Paine’s famous first sentence of his Common Sense pamphlets supporting the...

Caring for Captured and Wounded Enemy Soldiers a Fundamental IDF Value

By Itzhak Brook One of the greatest challenges of a medical corps team member is to care for captured and wounded enemy soldiers. I...

The Untold Story of the Jewish Effort to Pass the GI Bill

By Anna Selman On June 22, we celebrated the anniversary of the GI Bill, a historic act that was the first major piece of legislation...

Tzimtzum: How We Strengthen One Another

By Jeremy J. Fingerman Years ago, a boss of mine assembled a large group of employees and challenged us with one sentence made up of...

Jeremy Corbyn Didn’t Win, So British Jews Shouldn’t Give Up on Labour

By Ben Cohen For me, the main takeaway from the British election June 8 was that Jeremy Corbyn, the far-left leader of the opposition Labour...

Let’s Break Our Current Political Intolerance

By Joel Rubin The shooting in Alexandria, Va., that nearly killed Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) could have been a horrifying massacre. That it wasn’t was...

Keeping Hope Alive as we Mark 50 Years of Occupation

By Ari Witkin Israel’s history is one of hope in dark times. From a Zionist dream in the depths of Europe, independence won in 1948...

Israel Critics Accidentally Admit There Is No ‘Occupation’

By Stephen M. Flatow Noted literary couple Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman have discovered a new cause: the evils of “the Israeli occupation of the...