Toward a ḥaredi environmentalism.
“Statehood and sovereignty” for everyone but Jews.
Which would you prefer, bread or grains of wheat?
Prince Harry has it backward.
Opposing Israel is high on its list of priorities.
Celebrating the fruits of the holy land.
Why a new year for trees?
What are people good for, anyway?
This Wednesday is Tu b’Shvat (i.e., the fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Shvat), a minor Jewish holiday often referred to as the “new. . .
Predicting an ecological apocalypse and likening climate skeptics to Nazi sympathizers demeans religion, trivializes the Shoah, and does nothing to benefit the cause of the environment.
Marxism, third-worldism, and environmentalism are all left-wing substitutes for Original Sin, argues the French philosopher Pascal Bruckner, and no less threatening.