This time it was Tony Greenstein, who had a nasty habit of calling people “Zios.” But what’s next for the troubled party?
Will inter-faith rapprochement continue? Or is a pushback on the horizon?
Without any durable victories of real significance, the BDS movement might be starting to aim lower
‘First Things’ Publishes Defense of Notorious Historic Kidnapping and Forced Conversion of Jewish Boy, Debate Ensues
A century and a half later, the Edgardo Mortara case, soon to be a Steven Spielberg film, continues to challenge the faithful
By selling its shares in Danske Bank, the Garden State is giving teeth to its anti-BDS legislation
There was plenty to be found at Sotheby’s “Important Judaica” auction, including the world’s oldest complete Ashkenazi siddur (price: $300,000)
Literary Magazine Apologizes for Running Excerpt by American Jewish Author After Accusations of “Othering” Emerge
In chilling note, Literary Hub announces that “there can be no meaningful separation of the literary and the political”
Israel’s haters on campus are less and less effective in stopping institutions from collaborating with the Jewish state, but increasingly good at making Israeli speakers feel unwelcome
“The US does not—and will not—recognize a difference between the political and military arms of Hamas,” the UN ambassador writes
And to think we almost lost this anonymous genius by callously revealing his real identity…
“I must question my commitment to continued investment in a university that has seemingly institutionalized the anti-Semitism of the radical left,” Kenneth Bialkin wrote
The ongoing debate over Qatar has drawn the UN ambassador into unexpected territory
After decades of striving for reconciliation with the Palestinians, legislators on both sides of the aisle consider other options
Hillel Blasts Harvard Awardee Over His Former Organization’s Support for Terrorism, Holocaust Denial
Nihad Awad’s previous employer had strong ties to Hamas and published anti-Semitic screeds; Awad denies ties with incendiary document
Unfortunately for Jewish fans, all that Jesus talk wasn’t a lark
As she takes the stage for her first-ever solo act, reflections on a storied past and an uncertain future
And is that Job on first?
And is that why a top cleric met with Jewish leaders in New York earlier this month?
Asim Abu Shakra, not well-known in America, was one of the most significant artists in Israel’s history
Abrupt decision comes in wake of sharp rebukes, bafflement, and concern about politicization of Shoah memory
An Israeli drone manufacturer performed a “live demonstration” in the middle of a conflict zone
Gives another grant to Jewish Voice for Peace, the most visible American advocates of discriminating against the Jewish State
The Dead’s frontman would have turned 75 today. His Jewish followers are undying.