Armin Rosen is a staff writer for Tablet magazine.
When Elliott Broidy sued Qatari lobbyists for allegedly hacking his private emails, the foreign agents responded by going after Americans—many of them Jews—critical of Qatar. Guess who the Justice and State departments appear to be siding with?
EBay’s top sports card dealer is an Orthodox Jew from Delaware, who understands that memorabilia is equal parts business and alchemy
The Kahanist who embodies the fears and drives roiling beneath the shiny surface of the Start-up Nation is now only an election away from real political power. Will it change him?
In an age of skyrocketing antisemitism, university programs meant to combat prejudice and hate have become the latest Jew-free zone
If any other ethnic group in America* was being violently attacked on the streets of a major city with such numbing repetitiveness, a major civil rights investigation would follow (*except for Asians)
Of the hundreds of hate crimes committed against Jews in the city since 2018, many of them documented on camera, only a single perpetrator has served even one day in prison
At this year’s Oslo Freedom Forum, even the most sanguine activists struggled to overcome a sense of drift and impotence
A recent gathering of 56 survivors in the Hudson Valley was a painful and uncomfortable reminder that living memory of the Holocaust has nearly run out forever
Traveling through East Africa and Minnesota reveals a story more quintessentially American than either the congresswoman or her detractors want to admit
Skipped by the university’s chancellor for the second time, Thursday’s hearings to address allegations of pervasive student and faculty antisemitism ended in bitter stalemate
Benjamin Dichter, the free-thinking, radical nonconformist at the heart of Canada’s trucker protests, continues a long history of Jewish social activism
The few remnants of Krakow’s Jewish past are at the heart of its efforts to welcome those fleeing a new European war
How Pitchfork darling Ariel Pink became a music industry untouchable
The band’s cancellation of its Tel Aviv shows, despite having a member who currently lives there, is the latest mob-driven act of meaningless cowardice
The Democratic activist troika fighting his Twitter acquisition has identified a new front in the battle to turn American life into a perpetual partisan apocalypse
The Holocaust poet refused easy meaning in his work and committed suicide at 49. Now Pierre Joris and Daniel Kaufman set his poetry to music that surprisingly doesn’t suck.
His political comedies raise a disquieting point: Maybe it’s harder to find a real terrorist than it is to make up your own
A once-in-a-generation, yet largely forgotten, insect swarm reminds us that God’s plagues and wonders might be closer at hand than we think
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