The practical challenges of “negating the exile.”
Why the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations matters.
U.S. Jews who care about Israel tend to be more religious and more right-wing than those who don’t.
Less lobbying, more community reconstruction.
In the U.S., Jews, too, have absorbed Protestant individualism.
When “aliyah” becomes a dirty word.
Better than giving $70,000 a year to an institution where anti-Zionism flourishes.
The annual piyyut festival.
Particularism vs. universalism.
What growing divide?
Separated by a common language?
The more complicated Israel becomes, the less it is understood by American Jews.