How One Anti-Zionist Became One of Israel’s Strongest Advocates

This Saturday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. We’re in a time where there are people out there hijacking the phrase, “Never Again,” trying to take it away from being about Jews and making it about the Palestinians instead. The world’s oldest archive of the Holocaust in London was just vandalized with the word “Gaza” spray […]

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I’m Tired of the Leaving Orthodoxy Narrative

At the start of the new year, The New York Times published a piece called, “I Left My Faith. God Didn’t Flinch.” The writer speaks about her journey from a modern orthodox girl to an openly queer nonbinary individual. She journals about the transition and the way Judaism presents in her life today. While I’m […]

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The Making Of “Bring Them Home: A Broadway Prayer”

When Israel was brutally attacked on October 7 in ways most people wouldn’t even be able to imagine, Jews came together. We united in spirit, in prayer and in action — sending money and any resource our Israeli family could need. Jews were using their own skills and talents to contribute. Dylan Kaplan, a producer […]

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