J.J. Goldberg

Editor of Forward

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Editor of Forward, a New York-based weekly Jewish journal, and author of Jewish Power: Inside the American Jewish Establishment

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The Pew Research Center prides itself on nonpartisan disinterest in the outcomes of its work.

Who Knows What about Religion?

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Even before Israel's bloody effort to enforce the blockade of Gaza, a  lengthy article  in the New York Review of Books created a firestorm with an attack on mainstream pro-Israel…

A Growing Divide among American Jews about Israel

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Israel's bloody enforcement of its Gaza Strip blockade has exposed a growing division among American Jews.

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Israel's bloody enforcement of its Gaza Strip blockade has exposed a growing division among American Jews.

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