"I’m proud that I stayed true to myself ... but I definitely don’t want to go through that in the future."
The former president sees himself as exceptionally pro-Israel, and a majority of attendees at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s summit seemed to agree.
"By age 39, I was a mother of 10. And I had learned what kind of father my husband was."
“The world is a much smaller place than it used to be – ideas get quickly spread around.”
Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus and Jews talk about the "emptiest year imaginable" and the emotional toll of having their celebrations cancelled.
In 2020, to identify and live as Jewish continues to carry risk. Would raising my son as ‘Jewish with a small J’ break with the past in a way that can’t be repaired?
When it comes to anti-Semitism, this old hatred adapts to the new normal without hesitation, Antisemitism Policy Trust CEO Danny Stone writes.
December is a time when I grapple not with my Judaism but with the desire to assimilate, says writer Ray Levy-Uyeda.
With the election won, it’s no longer in the Tories’ interest to feign concern about racism, writes journalist Francesca Newton.
The idea that Boris Johnson would create a safe environment for Jews is a dangerous lie, Jewish activist Em Hilton writes.