"Elor Azaria’s family thinks that he is a hero because he shot and killed a Palestinian terrorist who was already down."
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OPINION

Elor Azaria Is Not My Son

"Elor Azaria’s family thinks that he is a hero because he shot and killed a Palestinian terrorist who was already down," writes Eetta Prince-Gibson. "They have made it clear that they believe that vengeance is our right as Jews. Azaria entered the courtroom with an in-your-face smile, mugging for the cameras, acting more like a superstar than a soldier convicted of manslaughter."

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A Crash, a Conversion and a Comeback

Attempts to discover the “real” Bob Dylan have long preoccupied biographers, movie directors and millions of his fans, but Dylan has remained elusive. Now, a new “psychobiography” attempts to analyze Dylan’s character and behavior through the use of psychological theory and experimental research.

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BOOK REVIEW
An American Jew in Israel

 

"Chutzpah and High Heels: The Search for Love and Identity in the Holy Land presents to the reader a key chapter in the life of a young American Jewish woman who attempted to transform her life through Aliyah," writes Uri Regev.

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The Jewish Best Picture Winners of Yesteryear

In honor of the Sunday's Academy Awards, Moment looks back at some of the Jewish stories that won Best Picture in years past.

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