Raphael’s novel, Murder Under the Fig Tree, is the second in a murder mystery series set in the West Bank, featuring a Palestinian Authority policewoman and a Jewish American Palestine solidarity activist.
At this time of year, people often make charitable donations. There are many wonderful Jewish social justice organizations covering a spectrum of issues that are worth supporting this season!
What does Parshat Toldot have to do with Toilets?
By giving millions to those who are already rich and famous, the prize has made itself meaningless at best.
The Transparent TV show brought Jewish internal dissent to mainstream media -- but did it portray Jewish supporters of Palestinian rights unfairly?
It was the end of the summer of 2014, and the Gaza war continued with horrific casualties. I stood in the hallway, just steps away from my old high school locker, folding and unfolding my staff orientation schedule. Smoothing it…
In an enlightening and even chillingly relevant interview, we spoke with Ferne Pearlstein, the director of the Holocaust comedy documentary The Last Laugh.
Friday, Israeli pop star Noa's Detroit concert was canceled due to threats of violence by Jewish right-wingers, according to a statement on her Facebook.
It just feels hard to breathe these days. So Pesach comes just in time. What can help most of all in the effort to catch your breath is the familiar -- ritual, family/friends, and the chance to think about the…
(When) is it okay to laugh at the Holocaust? The Last Laugh investigates this question in a funny, sometimes sad, but highly relevant new film.