Israel’s ‘Ethnic Democracy’
Israel has made a critical mistake over the years in not being more explicit about its unique kind of democracy, writes author and scholar Daniel Gordis.
The Root of Passover Obligations
What's the punishment for failing to fulfill the obligation of telling the Passover story? The answer, Joseph Lowin explains, is found in the root of a Hebrew word.
The Prettiest Picture Books For Kids This Passover
The kinderlach will love this seasonal selection, from beautifully illustrated stories about famed singer-songwriter Debbie Friedman to a seder under-the-sea.
New Jewish Books For Spring 2023
Peruse Sandee Brawarsky's latest selection of must-reads, from novel 'Küntslers in Paradise' to a memoir by Ari Shapiro, a host of NPR's 'All Things Considered.'
Deborah Lipstadt Is Fighting Antisemitism From a New Pulpit
Rhoda Smolow chats with the Biden administration’s special envoy to monitor and combat antisemitism about tackling ‘one of the longest, oldest hatreds.’
New Israeli Made Immunotherapy Targets Myeloma
Dr. Polina Stepensky, co-inventor of Hadassah's next-generation Israeli CAR T-cell therapy, says personalized 'cell therapy is the future.'
Hen Mazzig on the ‘Wrong Kind of Jew’
Mizrahim need a manifesto, not a history book, the Israeli activist asserts.