“I am tired and thirsty, I must have . . .”
The great poet safely traversed a minefield by counting in poetic meters.
The story of David Karr.
That sentiment, held by British officials in Mandate Palestine, was the origin of the idea that the city should instead be internationalized.
The author of the recent Mosaic essay drops by to draw a picture of a now-vanished world of flamethrowers, washed-up ideologues, and true believers.
Ben Hecht invented the gangster movie. He also prodded Roosevelt into saving thousands of Jews from the Nazis, and marshaled reluctant American Jews into becoming Zionists.
I am fortunate to have witnessed, and been offered, not only real madness but also real, and not delusional, goodness.
Variations of Hebrew’s misken, meaning “poor” or “unfortunate,” can be found from Italian to Swahili to Tagalog and far beyond.
Airing the complicity of some American Jews with Soviet criminality is essential to the honor and the reputation of the Jewish people.
An exhibit at the Jewish Museum London showcases the old, vicious stereotype with the aim of debunking it. But does it succeed?
But notoriously some, like Morton Sobell, were both. For the Jewish community, their highly visible profile was a constant source of tension and embarrassment.