Gil Troy

Gil Troy

Gil Troy is the author of The Age of Clinton: America in the 1990s. His forthcoming book, The Zionist Ideas, which updates Arthur Hertzberg's classic work, will be published by The Jewish Publication Society in Spring 2018. Professor Gil Troy is Distinguished Scholar in North American History at McGill University. Email Gil at

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BIRTHRIGHT PARTICIPANTS attend a Taglit-Birthright event in Jerusalem in 2018.

If you cancel Israel, you hurt yourself, not Israel


In Israel, US, beware unpatriotic nationalists, nihilistic universalists

MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr. (center) marches in Selma, Alabama, alongside Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (s

How today’s black and white issue became a Jewish issue, too

American Jews marching in New York with Israeli flags. How can we bridge the divide between Israel a

The spiritual leap in Israel-Diaspora relations: Love is all you need


Emerging from COVID-19, Israelis in solidarity with Diaspora Jews

A STAR of David on a synagogue.

Save Conservative Judaism, not Preservative Judaism

PRAYING IN Jerusalem – calling on everyone to visit.

Celebrate Jerusalem Day with JerusAlbums celebrating great JerusaleMoments

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Gantz’s moral test: Denounce Netanyahu’s attack on the prosecution

The Israeli flag

Critical patriots needed to improve Israel-Diaspora relations

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and MK Yair Lapid

Gantz and Lapid must boost Zionist muscular moderation together

The site of the former Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz is pictured during

To my daughter regarding her canceled Poland mission: Choose life!


This Passover, pack your Coronasederette with Zionist thinkers – opinion

A banner depicts Benny Gantz, leader of Blue and White party, and Israel Prime minister Benjamin Net

Benny Gantz: The sorcerer’s apprentice


To my son, enlisting as a coronavirus-clouded soldier


Coronavirus: Fill the communal void while flattening the curve – opinion


Remembering my mother with a book, not as a cook


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