In our interview, the author of “The Wrong Kind of Jew” talks about the Mizrahi community and his struggles to be heard inside and outside Judaism.
For Publishers Weekly, I interviewed an Israeli author who rethinks the trial of Jesus. He
Author discusses ‘token Jews,’ his struggles in the LGBTQ+ community and how to bring back Jewish pride.
When I was managing editor at JTA (1999-2001) I covered the birth of Birthright Israel and other issues
Author Michael Benson chronicles how Jewish leaders worked together with the likes of Meyer Lansky.
Auschwitz survivor Eva Mozes Kor chose to forgive the Nazis. And that went too far for many Jews. But who are we to tell them how to move on with their lives?
Publishers Weekly ran a feature I wrote on a groundbreaking children’s book by Michigan author
Her past statements about Israel has alarmed Jewish groups in the Detroit area. She insists that she stands against antisemitism.
Israeli journalist says the problem isn’t only the lies, but the willingness of American Jews to believe them.
Shahrzad Elghanayan was only seven when her grandfather was murdered in the 1979 Iranian revolution. She remembers him in a biography.