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Günter Grass, Israel and the crime of poetry

I invite you to read the following insightful article by Hamid Dabashi (Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature at Columbia University in New York). An excerpt: ‘Given the history that culminated in the Jewish Holocaust, Jews around the globe, including Israel, have every right to get agitated with a […]

A Rabbi Cross-Examines Christianity

Rabbi Michael Skobac takes us on a fascinating exploration of how a small Messianic movement within Judaism, 2,000 years ago, transformed into a radically non-Jewish world religion. In this lecture, we learn about the Jewish roots of Christianity, and how those roots became obscured over the course of […]