'The only country in the world with a standing agenda item at the Human Rights Council is not North Korea, a totalitarian state that is currently holding an estimated 100,000 people in gulags; not Syria, which has gassed its people – lots of them. It is Israel.'
By Yair Rosenberg · February 19, 2016
In his resignation statement, Alex Chalmers wrote: 'A large proportion of both OULC and the student left in Oxford more generally have some kind of problem with Jews'
By Yair Rosenberg · February 16, 2016
The Nevada Democratic Caucuses Are Scheduled for Shabbat, Which Could Disenfranchise Many Jewish Voters
Nevada is home to over 76,000 Jews, many of them observant. Yet the state's upcoming Democratic caucuses are scheduled on Shabbat even as viable alternative times are available.
By Yair Rosenberg · February 10, 2016
The presidential frontrunner was asked an unusually personal question by a rabbi in the audience during Wednesday's Democratic town hall
By Yair Rosenberg · February 4, 2016
After he was cornered by a yarmulke salesman before the state caucuses, the Florida senator gamely grappled with a Yiddish greeting
By Yair Rosenberg · February 2, 2016
By omitting Jews from the story of the Holocaust, the Canadian prime minister fell for the false choice between depicting the tragedy as either a universal warning against prejudice or a particular one against anti-Semitism
By Yair Rosenberg · January 28, 2016
There is no punchline
By Yair Rosenberg · January 27, 2016
'Persona Non Grata,' a feature-length biopic about the Holocaust hero, premieres next week
By Yair Rosenberg · January 25, 2016
A nostalgic paean to a past America, Sanders's new ad embodies the attraction and limits of his campaign, and is unlikely to draw the voters he needs to defeat Hillary Clinton
By Yair Rosenberg · January 21, 2016
Rep. Jared Polis and Roberta Kaplan—the lawyer who invalidated the Defense of Marriage Act—headlined the progressive protest against the ejection of Israel's premier gay rights organization from a major LGBTQ conference
By Yair Rosenberg · January 19, 2016
Last year, several anti-Israel resolutions were shelved by a similarly wide margin
By Yair Rosenberg · January 11, 2016
Watch an anti-Semitic heckler get shut down at a Marco Rubio rally
By Yair Rosenberg · January 8, 2016
Drawing on the Jewish experience of religious persecution, Ralph Gants assured the largest mosque in New England that 'you do not stand alone'
By Yair Rosenberg · January 6, 2016
A scene that could only happen on the floor of Israel's parliament
By Yair Rosenberg · December 29, 2015
Read Tablet’s 2011 exposé on the hilltop youth movement that spawned Israel’s radical right wedding
By Yair Rosenberg · December 28, 2015
The university's guidelines claim that the restrictions reflect the school's 'commitment to diversity and inclusiveness'
By Yair Rosenberg · December 24, 2015
One of America’s most prominent anti-Israel activists claimed that recognizing the Jewish holiday would 'increase global anti-Jewish sentiment'
By Yair Rosenberg · December 21, 2015
The toxic nexus of anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim hatred captured in a single moment
By Yair Rosenberg · December 15, 2015
This is how crazy myths about Jews get started in the digital age
By Yair Rosenberg · December 10, 2015
And Democrats shouldn't try to make it one. Here's why.
By Yair Rosenberg · December 8, 2015
Amnesty International Sponsors Speaker Who Celebrated 9/11, Denied Holocaust, Vilified Gays and Jews
The sponsorship of activist Dyab Abou Jahjah is part of an increasingly disturbing pattern for the erstwhile humanitarian organization
By Yair Rosenberg · December 2, 2015
At Oxford University, the Harvard law professor bested Britain's Peter Tatchell by emphasizing the Israel boycott movement's opposition to the Jewish state's very existence
By Yair Rosenberg · November 30, 2015
Unhinged anti-Israel demonstration or the best bar mitzvah theme ever?
By Yair Rosenberg · November 24, 2015
On Wednesday, Jewish communities in three cities—Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö—shuttered synagogues and suspended activities as authorities hunted for terror suspect
By Yair Rosenberg · November 19, 2015
In the wake of the horrific attacks, anti-Jewish bigotry bubbles to the surface
By Yair Rosenberg · November 17, 2015
The statement was signed by every chapter of the Palestinian activist group in the CUNY system
By Yair Rosenberg · November 12, 2015
The long-awaited action was condemned as discriminatory by critics because the EU does not similarly label products from other occupied territories around the world
By Yair Rosenberg · November 11, 2015