“Politicians speak of disengagement, like ‘Israel’s disengaged from Gaza.’ Well, environmentally, that’s bullshit,” says Bromberg. “It’s impossible to disengage from a shared environment.”
Deep-red Indiana isn’t a state you’d ordinarily look to as the leading edge of post-Roe v. Wade abortion politics—but a legal case there called into question whether Reform and Conservative Jewst need to be taken seriously as religious objectors.
Accepting Moment’s Women in Power Award, Ambassador Markarova spoke about the importance of ongoing U.S. support for Ukraine, the challenges of serving in wartime and what it’s like to work with President Volodymr Zelenskyy.
Scientist and science advocate Dr. Peter Hotez explains the link between anti-science rhetoric and antisemitism in the wake of COVID-19.
The landscape of church-state issues is increasingly fluid, but even so, few people probably expected Yeshiva University (YU), a Modern Orthodox Jewish institution in New York, to ask the Supreme Court to permit it to block recognition of gay student groups on campus.
Vladimir Putin has earned his reputation as a dictator, but he has often behaved warmly toward Jews.
In her latest young adult novel, The Assignment, author Liza Wiemer asks readers what they would do to stop antisemitism—or any form of hate or injustice.