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Feb 10, 2023, 4:53 PM
Another open letter to Israel’s friends in North America
Daniel Gordis, Yossi Klein Halevi, and Matti Friedman wrote strongly against judicial reform, but they didn't consider all the reasons to favor it
Mar 8, 2022, 2:13 PM
These 3 change-making women changed me
Aliza Begin, Avital Sharansky and Ariela Cotler all understood the ripple effect of engaging others at eye-level and imbuing them with a sense of mission and purpose
Nov 3, 2020, 12:51 PM
Alone in a pandemic: Immigrants in Israel need to see loved ones
The corona restrictions on visits from abroad are too narrow and too specific for the varied needs of olim. I'm working to change that.
Mar 26, 2017, 12:48 PM
The Imperative of Memory
As we approach Pesach, the imperative of memory becomes more pronounced. Beyond the cleaning and cooking frenzy, the Seder serves as the ultimate annual reminder of the imperative of memory that forms part of our individual, familial and national...
Feb 17, 2017, 1:39 PM
More on the Settlement Law: A Follow-up to the Cotler-Lewin Debate
One of the challenges of the Law is that it is often limited in its analysis to the parameters of the issue at hand, without the zoom-out, birds-eye-view benefit of the context in which it exists. It is this...
Dec 26, 2016, 11:24 AM
Taking Back Chanukah
I miss Christmas. I miss the decorative, colorful lights sparkling in the night. I miss the snow that they shine on, providing a most pristine, elegant backdrop. I miss the lighthearted sense of carefree, unplanned vacation, unhampered by obligation....
Jun 9, 2016, 10:56 AM
Remembering what Education is all about
This week I had the privilege of fully understanding the concept of intergenerational connectivity. In the relay race of the overall advancement of mankind, I was offered a peek into my own role on the planet, in the handoff...
May 11, 2016, 3:14 PM
From redemption to tragedy… and back again
Spring has always been my favorite time of year. Whether it is the melting of snow; the crisp air; the vivid hues and colors; the visible, almost audible progression of budding flowers; the radiant smiles on people’s faces; or...
Apr 17, 2016, 10:43 AM
The neverending walk to freedom
Spring has sprung; buds are in bloom, dust is in the air (in some parts of the world), while snow is melting (yet in others). These are but harbingers, announcing the approaching culmination of one of the most significant...
Mar 22, 2016, 2:08 PM
Back to the Future
A second officer from Oxford University’s Labour Club, the club’s disabilities officer, resigned this week, explaining that he did so as the club forces members to “subscribe to a radical ideology of division and isolation.” The officer stated “I...
The writer is a lawyer, research fellow, and policy and strategy advisor. She served as an MK in Israel’s 23rd Knesset, co-founding the International Bi-Partisan Task Force to Combat Online Antisemitism.