They weren’t even supposed to make the tournament. Now they have yet to lose a game.
By Yair Rosenberg · March 7, 2017
For years, YouTube has failed to distinguish between those who upload racist material and those who post and translate such content to raise awareness of bigotry and inform the fight against it.
By Yair Rosenberg · March 2, 2017
‘This is a serious question,’ the conspiracy theorist explained
By Yair Rosenberg · February 27, 2017
Orthodox Jewish Hedge-Fund Exec Suspended Without Pay for Publicly Criticizing His Trump Mega-Donor Boss
David Magerman, a top patron of Philadelphia’s Jewish schools and institutions, was punished for criticizing his employer, Robert Mercer
By Yair Rosenberg · February 23, 2017
An overeager media, searching for signs of a dramatic Trump shift on Israel that hasn’t come, reported one that hasn’t even materialized
By Yair Rosenberg · February 16, 2017
Experts Have Been Proposing Alternatives to the Two-State Solution for Years. Will Trump Consider Them?
From condominialism to a confederation, hybrid alternatives to the one-state and two-state paradigms have been picking up steam
By Yair Rosenberg · February 15, 2017
Why Marine Le Pen Wants to Ban French Jews From Wearing Yarmulkes and Having Dual Israeli Citizenship
Latent anti-Semitism and a desire to marginalize Muslims are driving the far-right presidential candidate to ensnare Jews in her policies
By Yair Rosenberg · February 10, 2017
The non-profit Sefaria has fulfilled a dream that dates back to Albert Einstein
By Yair Rosenberg · February 7, 2017
Antonio Guterres’s speech about the continuing vitality of anti-Semitism was met with a textbook anti-Semitic reaction
By Yair Rosenberg · February 3, 2017
From the Orthodox Union to the Reform Movement, and ‘Commentary’ to J Street, American Jews speak out in defense of refugees and Muslims
By Yair Rosenberg · January 30, 2017
Shenker, a pioneer and prodigy, died this past November at 91
By Yair Rosenberg · January 27, 2017
A pioneer of public diplomacy who steadily guided an often unsteady relationship, the envoy leaves big shoes to fill
By Yair Rosenberg · January 20, 2017
The Anti-Defamation League and the Natan Fund are teaming up to fund anti-bigotry entrepeneurs
By Yair Rosenberg · January 12, 2017
A House of Cards-like scandal is rocking Israel and Netanyahu. Previous ones have failed to take him down. Could this one be different?
By Yair Rosenberg · January 11, 2017
City of Great Falls, Montana, Issues Moving Resolution Backing Jews in Whitefish Assailed by Neo-Nazis
‘To those who would promote these false ideas long since rejected by civilized peoples, we say, ‘le’olam lo’—Never again!’
By Yair Rosenberg · January 10, 2017
Locals and top Jewish historians are fighting to prevent the bulldozing of the burial site of one of Europe’s most historic Jewish communities
By Yair Rosenberg · January 9, 2017
Is this the last gasp of the bipartisan consensus on Israel before Trump detonates it, or its renaissance after Obama?
By Yair Rosenberg · January 6, 2017
‘Here was this smart-ass Jewish intellectual from New York City who became friends in the Army with a Missouri farmer [and] an Indian bootlegger.’
By Yair Rosenberg · December 30, 2016
A Times opinion piece fabricated and erased the positions of American supporters of Israel, including Alan Dershowitz, in order to link Zionism to the alt-right
By Yair Rosenberg · December 21, 2016
Israel’s government is also exploring ways to bring injured Syrians to its hospitals
By Yair Rosenberg · December 20, 2016
Watch General John Allen’s Moving Account of How He Became a Zionist—and Why He Still Has Hope for Peace
The four-star general spoke earlier this month at an Israel Policy Forum gala in New York
By Yair Rosenberg · December 16, 2016
Some of these racists have been suspended by Twitter. Others have abandoned their trolling in frustration. And more are being added to the bot’s hit list by the day.
By Yair Rosenberg · December 15, 2016
Everything from Israel’s Best Picture winners to its top drama series are now available to foreign audiences, thanks to online streaming and English subtitles
By Yair Rosenberg · December 9, 2016
A new study offers a reminder that radical anti-Israel advocates on campus are not nearly as influential as they are loud
By Yair Rosenberg · December 7, 2016
On Twitter, racists like to impersonate minorities like Jews and say viciously bigoted things in order to defame them. So we created a sheriff who calls them out on it.
By Yair Rosenberg · December 2, 2016
The anti-bigotry watchdog drew the line when audio surfaced of Ellison claiming that U.S. foreign policy is ‘governed’ by Israeli interests. Its stance poses a test for the left and the organization itself.
By Yair Rosenberg · December 1, 2016
But will the college face up to the anti-Semitic climate on campus that the controversy over Joy Karega’s conduct exposed?
By Yair Rosenberg · November 16, 2016
Now of all times, we should listen to what they have to say
By Yair Rosenberg · November 15, 2016