The EU may begin targeting businesses in Israel in the name of neutrality, but the ramifications will be anything but neutral.
Talia Lavin argues the right is only condemning the left’s rising anti-Semitism because it is politically advantageous. Consider the myopia it takes to criticize the person who calls out anti-Semitism instead of the anti-Semite.
Since Congress just introduced the first-ever resolution to boycott Israel, the DOJ’s combating anti-Semitism event couldn’t have come at a better time.
A shift in tone at the 2019 AJC Global Forum seems to be a sign of these trying political times and the recent spike in anti-Semitism.
‘It all started on the campuses, and we did nothing because they were students. We did nothing when they joined the party because it was just the left-wing fringe, and now they’ve taken over.’
The New York Times blames Jews for engendering hatred while downplaying inconvenient facts about anti-Semitism in Europe.
The Palestinian tragedy is self-perpetuating. And it is led by people like Rashida Tlaib, who are unable to come to terms with history.
In bias against Israel, The New York Times hasn’t needed much prodding over the decades. But it’s getting worse.
The Jewish community does mourn, even though we may never have met any of the 12 victims in Pittsburgh and Poway, because they’re members of our extended Jewish family.
Even centuries after its creation, the works in this exhibition challenge us to think whether we are so very different or so much more advanced today than the people Rembrandt depicts.
It appears the rest of the English-speaking Twitterverse has been busy commenting about the Festival of Freedom while Jews celebrated last weekend.
In another year, finding 21 Democrats willing to support pro-Israel legislation should have been a cakewalk. However, 2019 is not any old year.
Washington Post Columnist Josh Rogin joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the threat of China, and Trump’s Middle East foreign policy.
Like officials in Germany and Norway, these days the Democratic Party can excuse a little Jew hatred if it’s framed right.
The Democrats’ internal fight over the anti-Semitism resolution reveals a stark picture of the competing factions vying for control over the party’s agenda.
The political party that’s long attracted the support of 75 percent of American Jews has shown this week that their leaders won’t stand up for the community when it matters.
Many young progressives view the crisis from the lens that Palestinians are being persecuted while battling an Israeli oppressor that has no right to exist.
According to Rep. James Clyburn’s logic, it’s OK to hate Jews if you rank higher than them on the pyramid of victimhood.
Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez need to stop telling Jews what is and isn’t anti-Semitic.
While the nation was focused on a hoaxed hate crime, Brooklyn’s Jews have been repeatedly and actually attacked. Are we not discussing it because most of the perpetrators are black?
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