Should the values of anti-oppression apply to Jews?
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Five lessons leftists must take from the Brooklyn Commons Debacle
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.
Joy Karega, who is under investigation by the college for her conduct on social media, has apparently picked up right where she left off
How Jewish criticism of the rights group reflects our own moral confusion about the last 50 years of Israeli politics
The Anti-Defamation League has offered a reward for information that leads to the apprehension of the perpetrators
Last week, the Movement for Black Lives platform accused Israel of “genocide.” Here’s why that wrongful charge is so deeply disturbing.
The civil rights group’s newly published platform holds that societal reforms in America are somehow related to the Arab-Israeli conflict
In the new thriller ‘The Black Widow,’ master Israeli agent Gabriel Allon is forced to confront hard questions about ISIS
The troubling rise of ‘Alternative for Germany’
Naturally, his supporters quickly blame the results on a ‘Zionist plot’
An academic lecture by Jewish historian Philippe Pierret at the Free University of Brussels was called off for security reasons
The libel is only the latest anti-Semitic myth given voice by the Palestinian president, whose doctoral dissertation infamously denies the Holocaust
Since 2006, anti-Semitic incidents in the U.S. have decreased by nearly 40 percent. Yet they are on the rise again
Here’s how you can show anti-Semites that they’re outside acceptable online discourse, show solidarity with the people they harass, and take back Taylor Swift