“Behind the negation of Israel’s existence, what is hiding is the hatred of Jews.”
VICE embeds with the London branch of the Neturei Karta, a group of controversial ultra-Orthodox Jews who campaign against Zionism and for the immediate dismantling of the State of Israel.
Despite heavy rain, New Yorkers still marched up 5th Avenue this past weekend in the Celebrate Israel Parade. Memorable moments included a teacher scolding students for having wet shirts, anti-Zionist protestors, and a old lady flipping off the cops.
Depending who you talk to, the union is concentrating far too much, or not enough, on the wrong things.
We need to be able to oppose Islamophobia without being smeared as terrorist-sympathisers.
As a young Jew on Kibbutz I realized my favorite place in Israel wasn't Jewish.
Young Jews who once saw Israel as their birthright are now shunning the state and finding community elsewhere.
An interview with Tariq Ramadan, the Oxford professor who has made headlines for his conflicts with the French establishment
We must leave space for irreverence, for non-didacticism, for hard questions, for the humanity of everyone.
Ultra-Orthodox adherents of Judaism have long been exempt from military service in Israel, but lately this exception has sparked outrage from the secular majority.
To both Jews and non-Jews the idea of an anti-Zionist Jew can sound like a contradiction in terms—an abuse of Rabbi Hillel’s most famous ethical aphorism, “If I am not for myself, who will be for me." For me, standing against Israel is precisely what...