The bankrupt moral presumption behind so much anti-Israel sentiment.
So suggests a recent guide “to humane, balanced, and rational thinking.”
There is no “one-state reality.”
In Daniel Boyarin’s view, for Jews to keep others safe is the ethical thing, whereas for Jews to keep themselves safe is the “racist” thing.
The authors mention Hamas not once, and instead focus on their own delicate feelings.
A worldview that admires Pol Pot and ignores Martin Luther King unsurprisingly has no love for Jews.
Enterprising divinity-school graduates offer new rituals for shapeless workdays.
When jargon become incantation.
Doggedly universalistic, obligation-free, and relentlessly focused on self-revelation.
An anti-Israel screed in the New York Times.
Artists against art.
Banksy in Bethlehem.
No, your bathtub isn’t more dangerous than Hizballah.