More barukh Hashems than New York has skyscrapers.
The implications of Omar al-Bashir’s ouster.
Compassion out of one side of her mouth, contempt out of the other.
Conspiracy theories about the Dönme.
Evidence of the man who ended the Sanhedrin, on the Sanhedrin Trail.
Ironic inversions unite two narratives of redemption.
Normalization as treason.
The judicial establishment reaps what it sowed.
Not willfulness, but freedom for excellence.
“If the probe had merely succeeded in reaching its correct altitude after launch, dayeinu.”
Peter S. Beagle at eighty.
The only way to protect Jerusalem’s heritage is to ensure that it remains under undivided Israeli authority.
Couching its rhetoric in slogans like “social justice,” “due process,” and “resistance.”
The king is dead. Does it matter?