Should we be surprised that the refuge-state of the Jewish people would welcome a man forced out of his administration position for his associations with Hungarian Nazis, but not come to the aid of American Jews during an unprecedented surge in antisemitism?
Two years ago, in these very pages, I told you this would happen. I said Israel was moving towards an apartheid, one-state reality and that
The Brooklyn Commons, a progressive coworking space, is hosting Christopher Bollyn, an antisemitic blogger who believes 9/11 was a secret Jewish plot.
Various Jewish groups are protesting the appearance of Donald Trump at AIPAC’s annual policy conference next week.
Bibi rejected granting asylum to Syrian refugees. But a nation that does not remember they too were strangers cannot rightly call itself Jewish.
Who are you people f*cking kidding with your chest beating about litmus tests when you cornered the f*cking market on litmus paper?
A widely circulated article calling for genocide against Palestinians was falsely attributed to the progressive activist.
Tablet is running a series on Jewish privilege — or rather, a series condemning criticism of Jewish privilege from the Left — and thus far,
26 Adar will forever live in infamy as the day American Jewry stood in near unanimous silence as Israel embarked down the road to apartheid.
An illustrated retort to the UCLA student body’s resolution equating criticism of Israel with antisemitism.