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Hill’s latest excoriation of Israel, posted to his 90,000 followers, followed Hen Mazzig’s argument that Israel is not a country of “privileged and powerful white Europeans.”
Ladino and all that it embodies are part and parcel of our people’s long and winding journey on the historical stage.
On the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Two EMET Prize winners alter the realities of their respective fields.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
When we hear today about Israel abandoning its democratic traditions or criticism about issues it should all be seen through the lens of Avnery’s critiques of the 1960s.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
To be able to reach a peaceful solution, the forced migration of Jews from Arab countries must be acknowledged as one of the tragedies of this long and painful conflict.
By ADA AHARONI
The head of the Mizrachi World Movement said that initiative was part of an effort to revitalize religious-Zionism and the Mizrachi movement, which he said have lost their center.
By JEREMY SHARON
How did “Ashkenazi” in Israel become synonymous with “liberal” and “Left,” and how has being “Ashkenazi” become a marker for being a “victim” of the Israeli Right?
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
If we want to reach our potential as a Jewish community, we must start to fully include members of our family who have far too often been forgotten.
By RENA NASAR
As the son of Zionist Iraqi Jewish mother and a North-African Berber father, I am appalled by their distortion of history.
By HEN MAZZIG
To the present day the attitude of many Mizrahim towards the Left in general and the Labor Party in particular is still affected much more by past events than by current ideologies.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Education Minister Naftali Bennett approved the recommendation of the prize committee headed by Prof. Eitan Steinberg.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
The ‘Je t’aime, Ronit Elkabetz’ exhibition pays homage to the revered Israeli icon.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
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