A new issue ad, a hunger strike, and solidarity organizing in Texas--just another week in the fight for immigration justice.
It is critically important for those who are interested in genuinely workable political frameworks for the land between the river and the sea to wean themselves from two-state dogma.
From the Knesset floor, Stav Shaffir condemns Prime Minister Netanyahu's failed policies in reaction to a spate of vigilante stabbings against Jews in Israel.
There’s no reason to doubt the existence of real crossover appeal between the growing neo-Confederate movement and ultra-Zionism, and there shouldn’t even be anything all that surprising about it.
Ben Carson repeats the wrongful idea that the only two options are violence or passivity.
Violence, pain and occupation become the dimly lit hospital in which generations are born and the cemetery in which they are buried.
[Updated] Why on earth was the Israeli flag hoisted at a Confederate flag pride rally? Lex Rofes spotted it in Hot Spring, Arkansas. [Or on Agripas Street in Jerusalem last summer for that matter?]
The author explains the values behind Rabbi Brant Rosen's new community, Tzedek Chicago, and why he is excited to take part.