Like No Other People, Jews Remain Rooted in Their Past
None of the great Jewish arguments that raged in the 19th century—tradition versus modernity, secularism versus religion, nationalism versus universalism—is over with.
May 31, 2016 | Hillel Halkin
About the author: Hillel Halkin’s books include Yehuda Halevi, Across the Sabbath River, Melisande: What are Dreams? (a novel), Jabotinsky: A Life (2014), and, most recently, After One-Hundred-and-Twenty(Princeton).
This is a response to Where Is the Jews’ Homeland?, originally published in Mosaic in May 2016
Jews praying at the Western Wall in the 19th century.