A professor of Russian and Jewish studies joins us to talk about the tenuous situation of Russian Jews and their leaders.
There is, unfortunately, nothing more human than most of the things called inhuman. That’s why in Jewish tradition “crimes against humanity” are thought of as crimes against divinity.
The great Jewish writer evoked a city—now under threat from Russia’s armies—with a character of its own that has entered into folklore, literature, and the popular imagination.
Indignation at Israel’s response to Russia’s invasion has intensified while becoming ever more untethered from the facts.
The Chabad writer joins us to discuss how the Jewish communities of Ukraine have adapted to the war.