Special thanks to Michael Weiss, a Jewcy editor, who asked me to guest blog at that site for the coming week. Jewcy is an interesting addition to the Jewish online world. It’s the opposite of what most Jewish communal projects are. It’s cheeky, gossipy, provocative and mostly doesn’t take itself too seriously. It’s aiming for a target audience about half the age of your average Jewish communal organization. In short, it’s a breath of fresh air.
It’s a great opportunity for me to introduce my views to a larger Jewish audience. Jewcy’s Alexa ranking is 114,000, which makes it one of the more popular Jewish websites. I’ll be devoting the lion’s share of my blogging output there over the next five days so please visit Jewcy’s blog to find out what I’m up to. I just published a post about a progressive Christian evangelical (yes, that’s NOT an oxymoron) campaign on behalf of a just, two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It’s provocatively titled, Not All Evangelicals Want Us to Fry or Want Israel to Bomb Iran to Kingdom Come.