Young South Africans disaffected by electoral politics but eager to see the country punch above its weight feel vindicated by the ICJ case.
Join Moment Israel Editor Eetta Prince-Gibson for a conversation with Moment Editor Sarah Breger about Israel’s endgame and what lies ahead for Israelis after the war.
Jewish Studies Prof. Jeffrey Blutinger’s lecture on solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was shut down after clash with protesters.
URJ president emeritus Eric Yoffie considered contacting his Muslim contacts after October 7, but ultimately chose not to. “I pulled away,” he says.
A republication of the 2005 article “Breaking the Barrier” about an Israeli and Palestinian radio show—similar to modern peace efforts.
A deeper dive into six Israeli and Palestinian peace projects which remain committed to creating lasting peace.
“From The Yarra River to the Mediterranean Sea” is a podcast that’s part history lesson, part therapy session and also features interviews with various peacebuilders in the region.
Many Israelis, Palestinians and Jews abroad are actively working to provide nuanced perspectives to their respective communities—and other listeners.
Letty Cottin Pogrebin discusses what people can do to channel their feelings of despair, guilt and anger about the Israel-Hamas war and regain a sense of hope.
The killing of Alexei Navalny in an Arctic prison camp last week recalls the darkest aspects of Communist rule in the Stalinist era.