The modern state of Israel, rebuilt in our ancient Jewish homeland, offers a model of freedom and decency to its neighbors.
The challenges posed by this long running conflict do not relieve either side of this essential responsibility: preparing their people to live in peace.
Minneapolis Jewish Federation CEO Steve Silberfarb on the recent UN vote to confer statehood on the Palestinian people, and what the new state of Palestine means for Israel and the peace process.
Is a two-state solution between the Israelis and Palestinians still possible? One community member’s perspective. Read on and join the conversation.
Refusing to recognize Israel as a Jewish state sounds a lot like the “neener-neener-I-can’t-hear-you!” of small children. Here’s why it’s actually dangerous.
The Star Tribune just ran a letter promoting the Saudi Peace Plan. Here is Jenna Mitelman’s response – with some actual facts thrown in.
TIME Magazine’s cover story this week claims that Israel doesn’t care about peace. Is this serious reporting, or a poorly-sourced, antisemitic piece of trash?
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak speaks out about his hopes for peace. Let’s hear it for an Arab leader who truly “gets it.”
On the eve of peace talks, violent forces in the Middle East will have their say, like it or no. And their words will be written in blood.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) passes another (anti-) Israel resolution. Interfaith relations can be heard ripping at the seams. Read Jenna Mitelman’s take on this particular PC(USA) report, and everything that’s wrong with it.