Against Overuse of IHRA Definition of Antisemitism
Has the working definition of antisemitism of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance actually reduced antisemitism anywhere?
Memories of an Israeli Visiting Gaza
A veteran Israeli peace activist reflects on the futility of the violence, and recalls his four visits to Gaza during better times.
Rep. Tlaib, the Nakba and Israel’s Independence
The Nakba was a terrible tragedy that can’t be ignored. It would not have happened if Palestinian and other Arab leaders had not initiated an all-out war.
JVP’s Dogmatic Anti-Zionism
It’s a mistake to conflate a historic grassroots movement, attempting to defend Jews against oppression, with the policies of specific governing coalitions in Israel, however deplorable they may be.
Democracy…or “Democracy for All?”
Will the lessons learned from the battle to salvage Israeli democracy generate more support for Palestinian democratic rights?
On Promoting Productive Campus Dialogue about Israel-Palestine
A J Street U leader shares her insights into the obstacles to “change-making discourse” on campus and how to overcome them.
Dueling Narratives, Shared Histories
Paul Scham examines how Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews interpret specific historical events differently.
New party promises a genuine partnership between Jews and Arabs
Alon Liel contends that the new party he helped create is necessary for Israel’s democratic future.
‘Judicial Reform’: Bibi’s Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card; PM for Life?
Israel’s new government threatens to weaken Israel’s democracy and fray U.S.-Israel relations on two fronts: Its proposed overhaul of Israel’s judicial system and its refusal to refrain from settlement expansion.