There’s much to be proud of this Independence Day.
Even while we currently adhere to responsible social distancing, the sheer wonder of acculturating into life in the Jewish state is far from wearing-off.
It’s all very well to be excited by the prospect of millions of new Jews. It’s something else to grasp that each already has a life that stands to be changed forever.
“In 1776 we went up to our land.”
The curious case of Agendath Netaim, which the half-Jewish Leopold Bloom spends a whole day considering.
And the story’s political manipulation today.
A visit with Hillel Halkin.
From Iquitos in Peru to Israel.
Not enough capitalism.
The myth of a demographic time bomb.
French Jews are emigrating to Israel by the tens of thousands. Their departure isn’t just about them; it’s about the end of the French idea.
While some French Jews move to Israel, others are bringing Israel to France.