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News of the Schism Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

Judaism is a religion and a people liable to split upon serious disagreement. At least, this is the sense of Judaism you may get from Jonathan Weisman’s New York Times report on the upcoming “Great Schism” between American Jews and Israeli Jews. The term is Christian, referring to the permanent rupture between the Catholic and […]

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How The Holocaust Became A Political Plaything

By some miracle, the world seemed to decide, after the holocaust, that anti-Semitism was not the Jews’ issue to be dealt with by them alone, as everyone had previously agreed, but the world’s issue to be dealt with by everyone. This acknowledgment by the nations of the world did not immediately bring the Messiah, as […]

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Richer than Donald Trump

The immigrants who surpass the President in riches.

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There Is Only One Side

Why is a Nazi evil?

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A Framework For Torah Politics

What is required then, for Torah to “teach” politics, is a framework for synthesis.

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Why Antisemitism Is A Historical Constant

Jews and Jew Hatred are entangled essentially.

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Modernity As A Delaying Tactic

Why do we pretend our solutions are amoral?

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Understanding "The Pianist" & Jewish Opinion on Trump

If you’re Jewish and confused by other Jews’ response to Trump, whether the support he has from the religious and particularly the religious Israeli Jews or the powerful, loud opposition he faced from the non-religious American Jewish community, it will pay to remember The Pianist. The story: A talented Jewish pianist from Warsaw is saved from […]

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How The Jew Haters Desperately Need Our Help

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In Defense Of Taking Offense

On the moral failings of cultural libertarianism.

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