Poll: Democratic Voters Support Cutting Aid to Israel

A new report from Data for Progress shows that there’s room for the primary candidates to move left.

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Am I a Jew or a Pole?

“Quietly, he whispered in my ear, ‘Assimilation has gone bankrupt.'”

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Standing Up to Likud’s Voter Suppression

Raluca Ganea discusses the role of grassroots activism in Israel’s flailing democracy.

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The Making of Andy Ngo

The right-wing provocateur’s grift exposing “the tyranny of the left” worked—until it didn’t.

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Hope Wrapped in Barbed Wire

Israeli author Etgar Keret discusses translation, mixing pathos with humor, and his new book of short stories, Fly Already.

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The Ecological War on Gaza

Israel’s use of herbicides on the border with Gaza has killed crops on the Palestinian side.

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There Is Hope

“Men engineered a line over water to connect / two futures.”

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Where Did the Past Go?

Revisiting an iconic pamphlet about antisemitism and the left.

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Shirley Wegner’s Unsettled Landscapes

In Wegner’s photographs, we are looking not at historic events but at collective memories.

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No Heroes

Mr. Klein stands out among Holocaust films for refusing easy paths of pure villainy and simple redemption.

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Yiddish Fiddler’s Unseen Triumphs

Fidler afn Dakh opens new possibilities for reading the iconic play, but it’s not clear who’s noticing.

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There’s No Such Thing as “Free Speech”

Writer P.E. Moskowitz discusses how the left can take back the “technology” of free speech.

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