Sarah Halimi Was Beaten to Death in Paris By a Muslim Attacker Reciting Verses From the Quran. The Press Covered it Up.
France struggles to separate terrorism from cases of individuals following a psychotic impulse fueled by the rise of anti-Semitism
On this day in 1814 the Scandinavian country ratified the constitution that brought it into the enlightened age in all ways except one: the inclusion of Jews. It took the poet Henrik Wergeland to open his compatriots’ eyes to their mistake.
Making sense of a new Pew study on ‘religious belief and national belonging in Central and Eastern Europe’
In our new political landscape, radicals on all sides find something to like in the German philosopher
The president’s outreach director extends invitation to a man who claims Jews were behind 9/11 and the slave trade
The theocratic terrorist group now claims it supports religious tolerance, women’s empowerment, and electoral democracy
The new leader of the storied civil-rights defense group tries to navigate Trump, the alt-right, Obama’s legacy, rising anti-Semitism, Israel, and the long shadow of his predecessor
Neo-Nazi Publisher Andrew Anglin Sued for Launching ‘Terror Campaign’ Against Jewish Woman in Whitefish, Montana
Anti-Semitism, spurred by an online campaign, enters the legal world
Anti-Israel activists attempt to misrepresent Passover tradition as murderous celebration
The party refused to expel Ken Livingstone, despite his repeated conspiratorial remarks about Zionist-Nazi collaboration
The same center had previously been excluded from a local Holocaust commemoration due to far-left anti-Semitism
The Google-run video giant is losing advertisers due to its inability to police its own content. Here’s how it can turn things around.
The anti-Semitic remarks are a confounding addition to the legacy of a national heroine
Being Jewish doesn’t immunize a person from being anti-Semitic. It just fuses their bigotry with betrayal.
The alleged perpetrator’s motive and mental state remain unclear
Jewish Senate Candidate Jason Kander Hilariously Schools Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer on Musical Theater
Spencer unironically cited a satirical Nazi song written by Kander’s uncle, the legendary John Kander
Both the communal and law enforcement responses to the crime offered an encouraging example for countering acts of anti-Semitism
Intersectional theory is uniquely suited to take on anti-Semitism. But intersectional activists often refuse to do so, perpetuating the prejudice instead.
The musician’s biographer sets the record straight on the singer’s Jewishness and complex relationship to his family’s Holocaust history