Documenting an unprecedented mobilisation.
In this exclusive excerpt from his new book The Necessity of Exile, rabbi and scholar Shaul Magid examines the hegemony of Zionism in today’s Jewish world and questions whether this is healthy for Jews or Judaism.
Moshé Machover assesses Israel’s Gaza war in its historical context – and offers a stern warning.
To those who defend Israel’s pummelling of Gaza and the status quo that preceded it, I say: do so in your name, not mine.
With its claims to white indigeneity and affinity to paganism, Patriotic Alternative sits within a particularly radical transnational neo-Nazi network.
Dalia Neis’ new novel takes us inside a mystical world of anarchist diasporism and intersectional comradeship.
Katie Ebner-Landy meets the artist searching for alternatives to Jewish nationalism. First stop: a Yiddish rave.
In the US, a new generation of rabbinical students is shattering the communal consensus, writes Sam Stein.
After decades of decline, the once thriving culture is bouncing back, writes Tamara Micner.
As Israel approaches its 75th anniversary, Robert Cohen looks at why young British Jews are less supportive of Israel than their parents and grandparents.