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Spreading our tent of peaceIn the middle of the summer, we lost our sweet dog Madeira. Within a few weeks, we noticed that the neighbourhood had changed. Raccoons bounded up...read more...
Positive ways to engage with Israel on campusAs the academic year begins, many are justifiably nervous about an anti-Israel onslaught launched by an unholy alliance of the far left with “...read more...
Finding joy in the Sukkah Sukkot encourages us to discover a Jewish world beyond our comfort zones, and show that we can be happy even without material things ...read more...
Guess who’s coming to the sukkah?If you’re putting up a sukkah this year – or perhaps visiting a friend’s – be prepared to be joined by some other esteemed...read more...
Fighting anti-Semitism in the activist communityI never used to take Tashlich seriously. But lately, my pockets were feeling heavier than usual.  Being a Jewish activist in an anti-Israel...read more...
Let love overcome“In the end, love overcomes,” my late friend Eitan Gdalizon used to say. During tense meetings, stressful negotiations and difficult...read more...
Confronting Qatar's terror sponsorshipThe shocking brutality of the Islamic State (IS), also referred to as ISIS or ISIL has finally galvanized public and political support for decisive...read more...
Europe's Jews aren't packing their bags just yetPerhaps even the ominously dark cloud of anti-Semitism in today’s Europe has a silver lining: according to recent statistics, a growing number...read more...
The synagogue of BiarritzThis past summer was not a particularly good one for the Jews of Europe. The Gaza war heightened tensions and left Jews of France, for example,...read more...
Forgiveness was my grandparents’ final giftThis is the first Yom Kippur since I published my book Forgiveness: A Gift from My Grandparents. To be sure, I have had – at best – a...read more...

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