Join four journalists — SAPIR’s Bret Stephens and Anshel Pfeffer, best-selling author and award-winning journalist Ronen Bergman, and Israel’s Channel 13 anchor Lucy Aharish — for a roundtable discussion on the facts, the myths, and the politics of covering the state of Israel. Presented in partnership with 92NY.
At a time when differing perspectives can easily lead to the cancellation of an individual or group, what does Judaism teach us about how to handle significant disagreement? How we can approach forgiveness and heal the divisions rending our culture today? A video discussion drawing upon SAPIR’s Cancellation issue with Rabbi David Wolpe and Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove at Park Avenue Synagogue.
Anti-semitism was tragically back in the news in recent days with the hostage-taking at the Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas. But was this event covered the way it should have been? Barely. SAPIR Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens joins Dan Senor on this episode of his podcast, Call Me Back.
SAPIR Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Rabbi David Wolpe, one of the contributors to SAPIR’s new Ethics column, Shivim Panim, and author of “To Err is Human; To Disagree, Jewish” in our Cancellation issue.