Here’s what the media and pollsters fail to get about Bibi’s enduring appeal
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What Jordan Peele’s visionary new film reveals about the Jussie Smollett affair and the monsters stalking American society in the digital age
Ted Cruz replaces the Democrats’ muddled manifesto with a clear and unequivocal exploration of the hatred of Jews and its particular evils
Twenty-five years after he massacred 29 Palestinians midprayer, the killer is more revered than ever. Why?
Why the left is repeating Christianity’s most dangerous historical mistakes, and why it’s very, very bad for the Jews
Ibraheem Samirah once suggested Israel was worse than the KKK, now he’s running for office in Virginia
In a Polish prisoner’s lectures on Proust and a Jewish Holocaust survivor’s defiant Hebrew calendar, lessons in resilience and survival
‘Love, Actually’ is not just great, but it may also be the most Jewish Christmas movie ever made
Hamas injures seven in ‘heroic’ terror attack, as baby delivered in C-section fights for his life with the help of Israeli doctors
A recent ‘New York Times’ essay delivers a crucial reminder from the Founding Fathers about identity politics
Last week, Israeli media reported of rioting Haredim onboard an El Al plane. The true story turned out to be very different, and deeply revealing.
Blaming Trump only gets you so far
The comic’s new Netflix special is a masterpiece of emotionally honest, intimate, and hilarious comedy
Wondering what to do in the aftermath of the horrendous attack on the Tree of Life synagogue? Just look to the city of steel.
Be prepared, believe in evil, and carry a big gun
The slain prime minister’s granddaughter lashes out at Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli government
Campus Week: Five alternatives to wasting your time and money on a worthless degree
Will the next Debbie Friedman please stand up?
An Emmy-winning documentary about Israel’s most popular soccer team gets it all wrong for all the worst reasons
What to make of Ari Fuld’s murder?
The most meaningful conversion I have ever experienced wasn’t going from left to right or abandoning bacon and going kosher. It was switching from Lennon to McCartney.
Never meant to offend the Jews, he tells ‘GQ’
In ‘Haaretz’ and on campus, nothing but love for the embattled Labour leader
Actor Geoffrey Owens gracefully reminds us that we have too many shouters and swooners but not enough decent people willing to find meaning in an honest job
Indian Supreme Court Justice Dhananjaya Chandrachud read from Leonard Cohen’s “Democracy” to end the country’s 158-year-old ban on same-sex relations
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