Rabbis do not use their pulpits to advocate for the elimination of Muslims or liken them to apes and pigs. Islamist imams do.
Facing Rising Anti-Semitism, American Jews Should Consider Self-Defense as a Vital Skill
The attacks on Israel sheds light on a clear distinction.
In the face of adversity, we find strength in togetherness. Unity.
On December 11, 2019, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that codifies the adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of Antisemitism and applies it to the Department of Justice’s enforcement of Title VI of the Civil…
Over the last month, a great deal of press has surfaced about two aspects of the Birthright Israel program that has cast an unnecessarily negative shadow on a program that has been incredibly successful in achieving its goals. In one…
On December 6 President Donald Trump acknowledged something that most Israelis, most pro-Israel groups and many other people in the world have accepted as reality since 1949 by formally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and directing the State Department to…
At a recent Shabbat lecture at University Synagogue, journalist Joel Kotkin discussed media bias. In his opinion this issue is not limited to mainstream media. It crosses party lines and political perspectives. Where, then, can ordinary people get pure, unadulterated…
America debates border security and compassion, we ask: How do we protect our nation while aiding those in need?
In the aftermath of a shocking election, the bitter taste of disappointment lingers.
Jews do their civic duty, no matter what
Navigating the Troubled Waters of the Presidential Election
Exploring the Changing Landscape of American Politics
Navigating the Challenges of Assimilation and Anti-Semitism
Navigating the Complexities of Land Ownership and Historical Claims
Combatting Anti-Semitism and Protecting Students’ Rights