Is the movie as good as the book? Often, the answer to this perennial question is a flat “No.” ...in Arts & Culture Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Short Fiction Summer 2019 Double Issue No comment
Moment interviewed Doug Seserman, chief executive officer of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He has a new vision of what the American organization means to Israel and to American Jewry.
The United States has moved from exhibiting an extreme bias in favor of Israel to being complicit in Israeli crimes and a partner in the occupation, said Hanan Ashrawi Tuesday morning at the Arab Center Conference in Washington, DC....in Israel Latest Politics No comment
INDEPENDENT Maybe not edit. Maybe just proofread and add a comma or a few comments in the margin. If circumstances require, perhaps add an exclamation mark, or in a dire situation, all caps and in bold. Run-on sentences can muddle our intent, although you might......in 2019 March-April Ask the Rabbis Featured Jewish World No comment
Our reaction to the events in Pittsburgh began with mourning for the victims. From mourning we moved to the legitimate fear that comes from living in a nation where easily procured weapons of mass death terrorize people of color, Muslims, LGBTQ people and—as always—Jews. ...in Ask the Rabbis Featured Jewish World Winter Issue 2019 No comment
INDEPENDENT It’s a fundamental principle of Judaism that you are not obligated to do more than you can manage. “Says the Compassionate One: ‘Just do! And whatever it is you find to do, it will be pleasing to me’” (Talmud Bav’li, Bechoros 17b). In ancient......in 2018 November-December Ask the Rabbis 1 Comment