The slogan adorns highway bridges, supermarkets, walls and fences all over the country—even my taxi receipt.
Nathan Guttman provides commentary and analysis on Israeli media in B’Ivrit, Moment’s Hebrew Language Media Roundup. In this first installment, Guttman covers the U.S. presidential campaigns, the question of releasing hostages versus securing an Israeli victory, Israel’s economy and the Superbowl.
Both writers weave intricate yet leisurely plots and present an array of colorful, characters. Above all, they portray a fundamental decency and a hopeful vision.
From Theodor Herzl to David Ben-Gurion: Humanist Zionism Lives on Today with Fania Oz-Salzberger and Sarah Breger
Fania Oz-Salzberger discusses Theodor Herzl’s and David Ben Gurion’s vision of Zionism, what it means to be a humanist Zionist today and shares her concerns about some other Zionist strains.
“Filmmakers know that addressing the conflict can make or break a film, or a career,” says Orr. But done well, the rewards can be worth it.
Will Israel comply with the ICJ’s order to submit a report within a month detailing what it’s doing to follow the Genocide Convention?
In this heretofore unreleased profile, Jeffrey Rosen discusses Barak’s legacy, detractors and the judge’s opinion on the role of the judiciary and the future of Israeli democracy.
On February 6, four of the ICJ’s fifteen judges left the court, and four new judges joined.
South Africa’s claim brought to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) accused Israel of genocidal actions against Gaza. Read the quotes by notable Israeli politicians offered as evidence of incitement of genocide.
The legal battles are inflected by religious differences about whether Schneerson was the—or a—Jewish messiah.
Dr. Peter J. Hotez join us for a conversation about antiscience and antisemitism, the connections between the “health freedom” movement and the far right, the dangers vaccine scientists face, and what can be done to stop the spread of these conspiracy theories.