An invitation for readers to speak their minds on the enduring crises of the Middle East.
Reflections on Editorial Attitudes
The author of this article charges that recent letters about Israel have crossed the boundary between legitimate criticism and discrimination.
Humanism Under Fire: When Atheists Have to Face Applied Humanism
Humanistic principles must be applied in understanding and solving the crisis in the Middle East.
Criticizing Zionist Crimes Is Not Anti-Semitic
Expressing opposition to Israeli’s policy’s and actions regarding the Palestinian people does not make one anti-Semitic.
Perhaps the World’s Shortest Argument Against Israel
Israel may mean well, but it is—unavoidably—built on discriminatory principles that most secularists would abhor in any other context.
Israel Has a Right to Exist
Nothing in history, international law, or secular humanism requires withholding sovereign nationhood from Israel while allowing it for countries (and would-be countries) that oppose Israel’s existence.