“Is Everything Okay?”

These three words, received in a text, immediately send my heart racing. They are my three least favorite words, and yet, they’ve seemed to plague my time so far.

The Murder Of Our Own

Ron Feingold writes an op-ed on the terrible Jerusalem light rail terror attack, calling out both Fatah and the larger Jewish community.

“The Attack.” Which Side Are You On?

Whenever I see a film that is set against the backdrop of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, I try to guess in advance how many minutes it will take for it to become obvious whose side the filmmaker is on. The cinematic tropes are often repetitive, predictable and depressing.

"The Attack." Which Side Are You On?

Whenever I see a film that is set against the backdrop of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, I try to guess in advance how many minutes it will take for it to become obvious whose side the filmmaker is on. The cinematic tropes are often repetitive, predictable and depressing.