The Iroquois Nationals fight their way through the World Lacrosse Championship in Israel
The Iroquois Nationals, delayed in Canada for flying with Haudenosaunee Confederacy passports, land and nearly deliver an upset victory over Team USA, as Israel beats Jamaica on home turf
What happens to someone who dies before they can repent? Several rabbis take on the case of the recently murdered rapper.
The Chancellor’s office claims it was civic engagement, but some Jewish students felt hurt
The entire endeavor of sports fandom is an invitation to constantly think about why we assign alpine scales of meaning to things that are inevitably trivial and outside of our control
Jeff Beals, a former Iraq-war diplomat, wants to represent New York’s bellwether 19th congressional district in the Catskills, which, like America, is split between coastal liberals and rural conservatives. First he has to get through a crowded Democratic primary later this month.
As a new lawsuit draws attention to lobbyists, one key advisor ends his relationships with the Gulf state
Israel has ‘hypnotized the world’ to ignore its ‘evil doings,’ Ilhan Omar tweeted in 2012
The Jewish Diaspora versus the national-policy interests of the Jewish state: a dispatch from a confounding forum on the rise and spread of an old hatred
An afternoon of religion and diplomacy
How Ewa Kurek, the Favorite Historian of the Polish Far Right, Promotes Her Distorted Account of the Holocaust
In public events across America, including one attended by a U.S. Congressman, the formerly respected scholar accused rich Jews of plotting with the Nazis to kill their poor brethren and argued that the ghettos were voluntary
‘Be Free,’ set in Mandatory Palestine, is the creation of the Ghetto Film School’s graduates
When things don’t go their way, the cool kids in Washington DC have a hep new answer: Blame the Jews
After nearly honoring a historian some in the Jewish community consider a Holocaust revisionist
A new exhibition sheds light on the life of Shlomo Cohen-Abravanel, who was renowned in Cairo as the painter Charduval. But just how much of it is true?
‘He’s casual, he’s direct, he says what he thinks, and he’s hard to offend’
‘Is the Syrian pride in downing an Israeli plane after 30 years similar to the joy of a paraplegic who succeeds in moving his fingers for a few seconds?’
This time it was Tony Greenstein, who had a nasty habit of calling people “Zios.” But what’s next for the troubled party?