Does opposing the Jewish burqa—the ‘frumqa’—make one a bigot or a Judeophobe?
Everyone paying attention knows that the American Defense establishment is deeply dysfunctional and brimming with unnecessary and wasteful spending. So why does its budget keep growing?
Bringing together New York and Montreal, Black Seed sets out to make the culinary staple interesting again
At a summer camp an hour from the banks of the Danube where thousands of their ancestors were shot only seventy years ago, young Jews from all over the world are gathering to celebrate.
Jill Kargman’s account of anti-Semitic bullying at her son’s school echoes the tale told in one of the first American novels to confront the prejudice against Jews in ‘respectable” society.’
The trial reveals a Manafort instrumental in creating the very ‘swamp’ that his candidate Donald Trump vowed to clean up.
There was only one problem with the Episcopal bishop’s shocking firsthand testimony about human-rights abuses she witnessed in Israel—she never actually witnessed them.
A demonstration in Tel Aviv sheds light on the nation’s shifting politics
Israel’s consul general in New York, Ambassador Dani Dayan, explores Jewish history in his travels from Zhashkov to St. Thomas, and reflects on the obligations that unite the world’s Jews.
The Corbyn playbook was on full show: denial, backtracking, equivocation, and words so slippery even the Kool-Aid faithful were unsure of what to say.
Svetlana Alexievich named an ‘anti-Ukrainian activist’ by controversial website
A surgery unexpectedly collides with unfathomable hate—and brings about a moment of clarity
A mountain-biking trip brings unexpected lessons before Yom Kippur on not dwelling in fear and, instead, focusing on what we have the power to rectify.
Hollywood confronts anti-semitism in Elia Kazan’s 1947 film Gentleman’s Agreement.
When it comes to Nazi memorabilia and other troubling trinkets, it’s all about how they were obtained.
The tragic reality is that most Poles were neither heroes nor demons but simply watched in silence while Jews were being taken away under their eyes.
‘Insatiable’s’ Jewish joke encapsulates everything wrong with the show
In the aftermath of the alt-right’s rally in Charlottesville one year ago, the movement has descended into sordid spectacle, but white-identity politics hasn’t gone away.
We have the dirt on one of Yiddish’s most evocative words
David Patrikarakos’ excellent ‘War in 140 Characters’ is a terrifying and useful account of battle in the age of Twitter
Ahed Tamimi tells all
After criticizing Saudi Arabia’s human-rights abuses Canada now finds itself isolated, including by the U.S., while the Saudis receive international support. Is this a sign that we’ve entered a new stage in global politics?
Every dog has its day, but on International Cat Day we are thankful for the feline
Roughly 35 years after the Holocaust, Germans flocked to movie theaters and video stores to watch Israeli youth make out, measure their penises, and spy into girls’ locker rooms.
A perpetual outsider, his works were lyrical and moving
‘I am Jew!’
‘They want the pleasure to be mutual’
Celebrating Adam Kirsch’s tour of the Talmud
Sons and daughters of survivors, looking for a sense of closure in Poland