Why is the anti-Semitic alt-right OK with Trump’s Jewish family? The answer explains part of the movement’s success.
By Yair Rosenberg · June 20, 2017
In our new political landscape, radicals on all sides find something to like in the German philosopher
By Guy Elgat · May 8, 2017
As long as online outlets allow unfettered internet mobs to take over their platforms, their content will suffer
By Rachel Shukert · March 17, 2017
Jews on the Right and Left Must Stop Excusing and Start Challenging Anti-Semitism Among Their Political Allies
We need to call out anti-Semitism even when it is politically inconvenient or the prejudice will continue to metastasize
By Benjamin Gladstone · January 23, 2017
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
Neo-Nazi Website Tells Readers to ‘Take Action’ Against Jews, Including Children, on Behalf of Richard Spencer’s Mother in Montana
Phone numbers, emails, and addresses have been posted
By Jonathan Zalman · December 19, 2016
Have the alt-right (and their ideas) become a target demographic? Apparently so.
By Alexander Aciman · December 13, 2016
The man tapped to be Donald Trump’s Karl Rove provided the bullhorn for the alt-right, which relentlessly identifies Jews as the champions of the country’s most nefarious forces
By Bari Weiss · November 17, 2016
Like his father before him, Donald Trump, Jr. recently retweeted an anti-Semite. Neither of them hate Jews; the problem is that their campaign is dependent on a rabid support base that does.
By Yair Rosenberg · September 2, 2016
The comedian and YouTube interview-show host still makes room for debate
By Armin Rosen · June 20, 2016
White supremacists are using particular symbols to identify and target Jewish names. Now Jews and non-Jews alike are fighting back.
By Yair Rosenberg · June 3, 2016