Opinion


74 and 73 Years Ago Respectively

The savagery and genocide of our people are largely incomprehensible for thinking human beings to grasp.Read More


Federations Have a Choice to Make: Will They Side With the Israeli Government or Students Fighting BDS?

By Cooper Boyar

J Street U students have been building relationships with Jewish Federations all over the country, encouraging them to show leadership when it comes to settlements and other actions that undermine Israel’s future.Read More


Yom Hashoah

The Nazis killed Jewish children so there could not be a next generation.Read More


Getting it Right

In Swampscott, the Jewish clergy stepped up to the plate.Read More


Piece of Broken Glass Ruins Palestinian Cause

By Stephen M. Flatow

In the Middle East, there a piece of broken glass has the power to ruin decades of political propaganda. Pro-Palestinian propaganda, that is.Read More


No Need to be Ashamed

By Joshua Resnek

At times, I was frankly in awe of the hyperbole spewing out of the mouths of the candidates regarding their devotion to Israel.Read More


Three Observations from AIPAC

By Rabbi Michael Ragozin

This year’s conference attracted over 18,000 attendees, of whom 4,000 were college students.Read More


Thank You, Rabbi Meyer

The Journal’s lead story on presidential candidate Donald Trump’s speech to AIPAC at the annual meeting held recently in Washington, D.C., is worthy of your close attention.Read More


The Fourth Jewish Justice?

It doesn’t matter to the Senate Republicans what Garland is and whether or not he is a Jew, a Christian, a Muslim or a Martian.Read More


What’s Up in Newton?

Newton’s persona was that of a place where there was great privilege and sense of ownership being Jewish.Read More


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