Monthly Archives: June 2013

Everyone is talking about Naftali Bennett. Again.

I realize I’m a little late to the game on this (I just got back to the US) but I wanted to just note here that this past week the American Jewish establishment did the unthinkable: it criticized a prominent … Continue reading

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Between Hiloni Freedom and Fortress Jewry (originally posted at Diyun blog)

[This post was written for the Diyun blog’s series of installments on gap year experiences] In Hebrew the word for secular, חילוני, shares the root of the word חלון, or window. In Israel, to be secular is to open the … Continue reading

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Does loving Jabotinsky make you a fascist? (a response to JPost Op-Ed)

Last week, the Jerusalem Post published an Op-Ed in which the author, who proudly announces his affiliation to the Betar Revisionist Zionist Movement, criticizes the protest by All That’s Left (an anti-occupation collective I am a member of) that interrupted … Continue reading

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