Rabbis Without Borders
He said, “I’m not—I mean, I support Israel’s right to exist and everything, it’s just—it brings up so much stuff.”
A little-known Zionist group that struggled for a peaceful solution to the Arab Question.
John Adams expressed Zionist sympathies, and his respect for ancient Jewry.
Blue and white, and a symbol of the Jewish state.
This Israeli philosopher saw problems with both secular and religious Zionism.
Some people say a state that is both Jewish and democratic is an oxymoron, but the values can work together.
Abraham's relationship to the Land of Israel teaches us to use it as a means of building a just and compassionate society.
From its founding in 1912, Hadassah advocated a program of social feminism that addresses women of all backgrounds.
It is like clockwork. You can expect someone to raise the following argument every single time anything new is being ...
Today likely is going to be a rough day for liberals. Election prognosticators are predicting that Republicans will win enough ...
Southern & Jewish
Flashback: a few weeks ago, on this very blog, a post about Jewish conferences is published… authored by yours truly ...
It’s Israel week on the Rabbis Without Borders blog. My colleagues Ben Greenberg and Alana Suskin discussed debates among university ...