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.
He’s done nothing anti-democratic—and he’s curbed the growth of settlements.