Opinion

Voices | I Have Not Done Enough to Fight Racial Injustice

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By Rabbi Sid Schwarz | JTA David Axelrod, a former top aide to former President Barack Obama, recently published a column in The Washington Post...

Parshat Chukat-Balak: Opening Our Tents and Bettering Our Nation

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By Rabbi Eric L. Abbott On July 4, 1776, our country’s founders declared their independence, pursuing a new nation built on principles such as being...

Summer Camp Closures

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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, which was particularly brutal in New York State, Gov. Andrew Cuomo prohibited overnight camps from opening this summer. The theory...

Biden’s Challenge

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Rep. Eliot Engel’s loss last week in a New York Democratic primary after 31 years in office is perhaps the most visible sign of...

Voices | Sovereignty in the Jordan Valley Must Come First

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By Nadav Shragai | JNS Is Israel really hesitating to grab the opportunity presented by the U.S. “Peace to Prosperity” plan? There are troubling signs...
David Suissa

Voices | As Anxiety Deepens, Is There Room for Optimism?

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By David Suissa | JNS We are going through a strange moment. After months of hibernation, we’re taking baby steps to reclaiming our lives. Even...

Letters to the Editor: July 3

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Annexation Answers You ask what is the goal of annexation and why now? (“The Potential High Cost of Annexation,” June 19). I will answer first...
Kylie Unell

Voices | Don’t Call Me a Jew of Color

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By Kylie Unell | JTA As a biracial Jew, there is an expectation that I must have something to say in this historic moment. Unlike...

Parshat Korach: Why Give a Good Thing a Bad Name?

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By Rabbi Levi Druk This week we read the parshah of Korach, named after Korach, who led a rebellion against Moshe. Korach challenged the priesthood...
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Voices | The Problem When Revisionist History Becomes Official Dogma

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By Jonathan S. Tobin | JNS Angry mobs of activists are roaming American streets pulling down or defacing statues of historical figures. In some cases,...