A Reply to Gabriel Winant  

The right to grieve is no less a human right than the right to live. If the left cannot recognize this, then it has learned nothing from the catastrophes of the last century.

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What Amos Oz Couldn’t See  

The late writer’s displays of moral courage will serve as a kind of record for future historians, proof of the efforts of Israelis who did not stand idly by as their country’s skies darkened—as well as proof of their shortcomings.

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Israel’s #BlackLivesMatter Moment?  

Ethiopian-Israelis face systematic discrimination and violence at the hands of the police. But comparisons to #BlackLivesMatter in the United States do not capture the complexities of their situation.

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The Diaspora Roadblock to Peace  

For the American Jewish community, the Jewish National Fund’s blue boxes are ubiquitous, a sign of communal strength and affluence and a testament to the community’s commitment to the Jewish state. But they also represent one of the American Jewish …

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