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The Israel/Diaspora Rift: Israeli Opinions About Israel Matter More

While both diaspora and Israeli Jews often feel a deep connection with, and fondness toward, Israel, Israeli opinions on the country's affairs simply matter more

Jordan’s Alliance with Israel is Unbreakable, Whether They Like it or Not

Good friends are hard to come by in the Middle East

Israel Would Be Correct to Bar Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar from the Country

The consequences of blocking them are far less significant than the consequences of allowing them in, and when coupled with the benefits of refusing entry the decision should be clear.

He Was Just a Kid…

Overnight, in Gush Etzion, a terrorist butchered Dvir Sorek, a 19 year old yeshiva student from Ofra

Israel is at War, It’s Time To Act Like It

Why do we view Jewish blood as being worth less than that of our Arab neighbors?

Lessons from a Holocaust Hero: The Kaliver Rebbe

This week, the Jewish people also mourn one particular survivor who passed away - Rabbi Menachem Mendel Taub, the Kaliver Rebbe.

New York Times Proves That We Have Lost The Jewish Youth

A bleak picture indeed. But there's a solution

It’s 2019, Not 1939: Never Again Starts Now

Reader Chaim's take on THAT antisemitic cartoon in the NY Times

Fighters Not Followers: How Jewish “Leadership” Castrates Campus Activism

The reality is that activism doesn’t require huge dollars, it requires huge voices.

Four Additional Questions for Passover

Reader Chaim would like to add four additional questions to the Passover Seder

Israel’s Silent Minority: The Media’s One-Sided Portrayal of Haredim

Reader Chaim says there are so many misconceptions about the Haredi community in Israel that need to be debunked

The Great Divide: How Diaspora Leadership Has Lost the Israel Plot

Reader Chaim takes some diaspora Jews to task


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