Yair Rosenberg is a senior writer at Tablet and the editor of the English-language blog of the Israeli National Archives. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
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Women’s March Organizer and Farrakhan Fan Tamika Mallory Attacks The Anti-Defamation League

Mallory, who previously dubbed Farrakhan the “greatest of all time,” was less fulsome about the premier Jewish civil rights organization

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Sen. Brian Schatz Calls on Fellow Progressives to Fight Anti-Semitism Within Their Ranks, Not Just On Right

“It’s easy for us to look at another country or another political party and say: ‘Enough! Do better!’” said the Jewish lawmaker from Hawaii. “It is a tougher conversation when the problem is in our own tent.”

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Bipartisan Members of Congress Condemn Anti-Semitic Attacks on Parkland Students

Exploitative memes and propaganda, some shared by political officials, have repeatedly compared student activists from the school to Nazis

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Bibi Has No Backbone

Netanyahu’s shameful performance today on asylum seekers is just the latest episode in his ugly pattern of capitulation on policies that he knows are good for Israel but refuses to fight for

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Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer Ran Away From His Jewish Identity For Years. Then He Reclaimed It And Faced Down Nazis.

‘I had not been comfortable publicly being Jewish really for most of my life, and all of a sudden I was.’

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Five Key Takeaways from Gallup’s Annual Poll That Found American Support for Israel At Record High

The survey is a reminder that American policy is pro-Israel because Americans have long been pro-Israel, not because of any shadowy conspiracy

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Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Chief Rabbinate Is Quietly Crumbling—And It Just Suffered Two Big Blows

With very little fanfare, Israel’s draconian religious establishment is being hollowed out from within by legislation, the courts, and private actors

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Democratic Rep. Danny Davis’s Progressive Primary Challenger Slams His Praise of Farrakhan: ‘No One Holds Him Accountable’

Anthony Clark musters the condemnation of anti-Semitism that no elected Democrat has yet managed

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In One of the Most Unlikely Jewish Sporting Feats Ever, Yeshiva University Wins Basketball Conference Championship

The team will now compete in the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time in school history

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Democratic Rep. Danny Davis Calls Louis Farrakhan ‘An Outstanding Human Being.’ Farrakhan Says Jews Are ‘Satanic’ And Did 9/11.

Democrats have rightly condemned Trump for defending bigots. Will they condemn their own for doing the same?

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Ethiopian-Israeli Teen Eden Alene Just Won Israel’s ‘X-Factor.’ Watch Her Stunning Performances.

The 17-year-old singer capped her victorious run with a rendition of Christina Perri’s ‘Human’

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Mike Pence Never Said That Thing About the Holocaust That Everyone on the Internet Got Outraged About

Did the vice president actually say that Jewish Holocaust victims were ‘resurrected’? Not really.

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Jeremy Corbyn’s Holocaust Memorial Day Statement Leaves Out the Jews

‘We should reflect and make sure succeeding generations understand the power of words,’ the leftist U.K. Labour leader wrote, before using his own words to erase the Jews from the commemoration of their own genocide

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Great Moments in Knesset Ejections, From Arabs Heckling Pence to Haredim Protesting Mormons

Getting purposely thrown out of parliament to make a point is a time-honored Israeli political tradition. Here are some of the historical highlights of these oft-entertaining displays.

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Someone Tore Down the Mezuzah of UCLA’s Jewish Student President. Read Her Powerful Response.

“The fact that you felt the need to vandalize my office under the cover of darkness shows that you and your actions do not represent this community, which has no tolerance for your intolerance.”

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How Some Wikipedia Editors Tried—and Failed—To Erase The UK Labour Party’s Anti-Semitism Problem

Rather than purge the prejudice from their party, some online activists have instead quietly attempted to purge the evidence of it

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Why A Muslim Comic Book Writer Just Introduced A Yeshiva Student and Kosher Food Into The Marvel Universe

G. Willow Wilson, the award-winning Muslim author behind Ms. Marvel, explains what religion can bring to the world of comics

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WATCH: This Journalist Turned Rabbinical Student is Creating Entertaining Arabic Videos to Explain Judaism to Muslims

Elhanan Miller hopes to broker Middle East peace, one YouTube subscriber at a time

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Palestinian President Accuses Jews of ‘Counterfeiting History and Religion,’ Claims Qur’an Says They ‘Fabricate Truth’

Abbas, whose doctorate denied the Holocaust and who accused rabbis of poisoning Palestinian water, is no stranger to anti-Semitic remarks

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How My Sister’s Non-Jewish College Roommates Helped Her Celebrate Shabbat

A reminder of what we are at our best, in a world that too often showcases our worst

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Co-Founder of Students for Justice in Palestine Shares Insanely Anti-Semitic Memes, Offers World’s Least Convincing Apology

Berkeley lecturer Hatem Bazian has a history of presenting anti-Semitism under the guise of anti-Zionism

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From Monogrammed Matzas to Jewish Jerky: Inside Kosherfest, the Country’s Biggest Kiddush

It’s not just gefilte fish and it’s not just Jews. It is, however, amazing.

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Top U.S. Envoy Slams Hamas For Holding Mentally Ill Ethiopian Jew Hostage in Gaza

Avera Mengistu has been held by the terrorist group for over three years

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‘Hatreon’, A Crowdfunding Site For Bigots, is Exhibit A For Why Kicking Them Off Social Platforms Doesn’t Solve the Problem

The platform’s success is a reminder that the only long-term solution to bad ideas is better ideas

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FBI: Jews Subject to 54% of Religiously Motivated Hate Crimes in 2016, Despite Being Just 2% of U.S. Population

Muslims come in second, at 24.5 percent—a 19 percent increase since 2015

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Times of Israel Hack Reveals Major Vulnerability in Jewish Media Infrastructure—and Not Just in Israel

Jewish publications from New York to London have consolidated under the Times of Israel banner. Now they are also under threat.

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