I had the opportunity to join some of my fellow State of Formation scholars at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum earlier this week for a day-long workshop, and I found it very productive. ...Read More
I spent much of the last month on a personal trip traveling through several cities in Europe. I passed through Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, and Paris. Being a seminary student, I was very excited to see t...Read More
Normally people do not go to Rome to refrain from eating. But it was Yom Kippur, and I was on my way to afternoon services at Beth Hillel, Rome’s new progressive Jewish community. My long walk to th...Read More
The Ufficio di Immigrazione of Rome is in a remote location, so remote that it feels like a final test of the long journey of immigrants to Italy. One has to make their way to Termini, Rome’s centra...Read More
I just returned to London after a week in Slovenia. Whenever I’m on holiday, I allow myself to fully disengage from the ‘real world’ and therefore try to evade all mediums of news. But it’s ...Read More
The war drums are beating. Yesterday’s announcement that the EU has formally adopted an oil embargo against Iran follows the news that Britain, America, and France are sending six warships led by a ...Read More
As part of its campaigning, the party gave away computer games in which the player shoots at mosques, minarets and muezzin.
Bundesbank board member Thilo Sarrazin’s book “Germany is doing away...Read More