The perverse appeal of martyrdom.
At a protest, even the lowliest become kings for a day.
The case of David Miller.
The joys of blaming Zionist doctors.
The writer, an Iranian Jewish refugee to America, joins the podcast to discuss a confrontation in writing.
Is there anywhere a Jew can live without being a settler?
By any means necessary.
Shocked, but no wiser.
Rescuer, convert, rebbetzin, spy.
“By the waters of Zion, there we sat down, and there we wept, when we remembered Babylon.”
A campaigner for civil rights and friend of the Jews, inspired by his faith.
Naftali Zvi Yehudah Berlin and Ḥayyim Soloveitchik.
“As a Jew . . .”
The new progressive theory of everything translates to hostility toward the Jewish state.