For Israel, 2019 will bring great achievements but also great disappointments.
The Jewish Festival of Lights recalls the improbable victory of a small band of Jews in the land of Israel during the second century BCE against a Syrian-Greek king who had outlawed all public Jewish rituals.
CNN has a responsibility to fire commentator Marc Lamont Hill, who embraced a hate-filled call for the destruction of Israel as the world’s only Jewish state in a speech Wednesday at the United Nations.
President Trump should convene a meeting of religious leaders to work against hatred, in the wake of the synagogue mass murder in Pittsburgh.
When President George W. Bush sent U.S. troops into Afghanistan to attack Taliban and Al Qaeda forces following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. homeland, nations around the world lined up in support of America – as they should have.
When Americans hear the words “demonstrators” and “protests” many of us think of non-violent marches, sit-ins and boycotts led by people like Mohandas Gandhi in India and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in our own country.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. – who was tragically assassinated 50 years ago on April 4, 1968 – set the gold standard for true leadership and advocacy of historic social change through nonviolence.
The post-millennial Generation Z has grown up with a smartphone in its hands and is reaching adulthood with an unprecedented ability to organize, fundraise, and, if so inclined, to create hateful content and distribute it through fragmented, but interconnected media channels.