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The Abolitionist Logic of “Everyone for Everyone”
A call from the families of hostages contains the seed of true safety.
Toward a Sober Assessment of Campus Antisemitism
“Never Again” After October 7th
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The Push to “Deactivate” Students for Justice in Palestine
Civil liberties experts say a law banning “material support for terrorism” is being used to quash pro-Palestine speech.
After the Hit-and-Run
Can restorative justice offer crash victims like me—and the drivers who harmed us—the healing we need?
The Problem of the Unionized War Machine
Union workers in the US weapons industry present a paradox for anti-war labor activists, but a history of “conversion” campaigns offers a route through the impasse.
Israel’s War on Journalists
By casting reporters as Hamas accomplices, Israel seeks to discredit critical coverage—and to justify unprecedented violence against Palestinian journalists.
Dispatches from Gaza
Three Palestinians describe life under constant Israeli bombardment—and lay out their visions for liberation.
Mohammed Zraiy, Khalil, and Rania Hussein
A Textbook Case of Genocide
Israel has been explicit about what it’s carrying out in Gaza. Why isn’t the world listening?
Amid a Settler Onslaught, Protective Presence Activism Falters
As settlers rampage, Israeli and international activists are struggling to leverage their relative privilege to protect Palestinians in the West Bank.
From our Archive
What Does “From the River to the Sea” Really Mean?
The much-maligned slogan resists the fragmentation of Palestinian land and people by Israeli occupation and discrimination.
Living the Unlivable
Jasbir K. Puar on the Great March of Return and the perils of exceptionalizing the Gaza blockade.
Embracing a radical critique of Israeli apartheid is a precondition for bringing it to a just end.
Noura Erakat and John Reynolds
Could Israel Carry Out Another Nakba?
Expulsionist sentiment is common in Israeli society and politics. To ignore the warning signs is to abdicate responsibility.
On Loving Jews
For Jews engaged in Palestine solidarity work, what might be gained by refusing excommunication from our own communities?
“Biden’s Legacy Will Be Apartheid”
President Biden has answered Prime Minister Netanyahu’s extremist government with only the mildest of rebukes. Critics say he is failing to meet the moment.
The End of Nonviolent Resistance
The recent wave of Palestinian attacks on Israelis come as other options have been delegitimized.
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Crisis at the 92nd Street Y
A recent controversy suggests the post-October 7th political landscape will pose existential challenges for Jewish institutions trying to maintain pro-Israel politics alongside a broad cultural mission.
Hostages’ Families Fight to Be Heard
The families of those held in Gaza have faced violence and neglect in their quest to retrieve their loved ones.
Dispatches from the West Bank
In the West Bank, violence and dispossession intensify as the line between settler and soldier is fast disappearing.
Mustafa, Luna, Mariam, Ghassan Najjar, and Sabri
Remembering Khalil Abu Yahia
The Gazan scholar and activist, who was killed in an Israeli airstrike last month, believed in the radical potential of solidarity.
Maya Rosen and Erez Bleicher
The Hindu Nationalists Using the Pro-Israel Playbook
The Trap of Palestinian Participation
How a Giant of Responsible Investing Agreed to an Israel Exception
Attention Must Be Paid
Under the Hood
The Right to Grieve
The Fight for the Future of Israel Studies
What Is Debt and When Can We Refuse to Pay?
On The Nose
On the Nose
is our biweekly podcast. The editorial staff discusses the politics, culture, and questions that animate today’s Jewish left.
Naomi Klein on Israel’s “Doppelganger Politics”
Cori Bush’s Ceasefire Plea
A Surge in American Jewish Left Organizing
The Loneliness of the Israeli Left
After October 7th
Elon Musk, the Jews, and the ADL, with
Know Your Enemy
The Jewishness of
Camp Kinderland at 100
The Necessity of Exile
by Shaul Magid: Book Launch
December 7, 2023
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm ET
Hijacking Memory: The Holocaust and the Siege of Gaza
November 13, 2023
Panel Discussion: Jewish Solidarity with Palestine
November 6, 2023
Palestinians Celebrate Release of Prisoners
Palestinians gather in front of Israel’s Ofer military prison at a checkpoint near the West Bank city of Ramallah to welcome prisoners who were released by Israeli forces on November 24th as part of a prisoner and hostage exchange deal...
The Wisdom of the Shiva
A letter from the publisher of
An Anti-Palestinian Crackdown Across Europe
European leaders are responding to growing pro-Palestine protests with an unprecedented wave of repression.
Letters from Our Readers
On “The Hindu Nationalists Using the Pro-Israel Playbook”
I wish to thank Aparna Gopalan for writing this very timely piece on the Hindu right’s use and abuse of the term “Hinduphobia.” I’m a practicing Hindu of the non-Hindutva [Hindu nationalist] sort, and I’m writing this letter anonymously because of safety concerns. (Like many members of the diaspora, my...
On “Bad Memory”
Too bad. With only a little research the authors would have known that much of contemporary German memory culture was painfully fought for by Jews who stayed in Germany after the war, and who kept disturbing the peace of a country all too eager to forget the crimes of its...
Letter From the Editor
“We Cannot Cross Until We Carry Each Other”
The editor-in-chief of
on recommitting to our movements in this moment.
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