The Power of Non-Violent Protests: A Rebuttal to Scepticism

In recent discussions, a common scepticism has emerged regarding the efficacy of non-violent protests. Critics often argue that these forms of demonstration are futile, unable to effect real change in the face of systemic injustices and entrenched power structures. However, a deeper look into history and the mechanics of social movements reveals a different story. […]

The Worsening Crisis In Gaza: Families Facing Famine

The Gaza Strip stands on the precipice of a humanitarian catastrophe, with the entire population facing unprecedented levels of acute food insecurity. An alarming report highlights the dire situation, exacerbated by ongoing conflict, which has left 2.2 million people at risk of famine. Collapse Of Local Livelihoods In the shadow of conflict, Gaza’s local livelihood systems […]

Rabbinic Letter

In a significant move towards advocating for justice, we played a key role in facilitating and amplifying a powerful letter from Jewish clergy to President Biden. This heartfelt letter addressed a pressing moral crisis, calling for compassionate and decisive action. The response was overwhelming, with the letter not only capturing the attention of a wide […]