Esperanto’s greatest enthusiasts were Jews, and its greatest enemies anti-Semites.
Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof.
Jews’ brand of particularism angers messianists of all kinds.
Against the modern doctrine of fairness over all.
Between Princeton and Auschwitz.
From some of its founding ideas to some of its most thoughtful and essential institutions, American Jews have given the Jewish state much to be proud of.
A novel for our times, and an exposition “more gripping than anything on Netflix.”
And why Ben Rhodes was appointed to the Holocaust Memorial Council.
Pinḥas Eliyahu Hurwitz’s bestseller remains popular among Ḥaredim today.
Ludwik Zamenhof’s world language.
Universalizing the Holocaust to undermine the Jewish state.
The theological tension within an ancient prayer.
On the “stubborn” nature of the Jews.
Because nationalism ties together the particular and the universal.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.