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How a political, media, and activist failure is leading to avoidable deaths
Far from defeated, the perennial Israeli prime minister is already plotting his comeback. Here’s how he plans to do it.
Six essential insights about what just happened in Israel and what it means for the country’s future
Once you’ve decided that an invisible hand is behind the world’s problems, it’s only a matter of time before you decide it belongs to an invisible Jew
In upholding bans on kosher and halal animal slaughter, Europe’s Court of Justice affirmed the acceptability of an ugly new expression of an old prejudice
One of world Jewry’s most influential leaders and communicators passed away over the weekend, leaving an incalculable void
Religious Jews are about to celebrate Simchat Torah, one of the calendar’s most joyous holidays, typically filled with singing and dancing. It’s a virus spike waiting to happen, unless the city reconsiders its broken approach and charts a new course with the community. Here’s how.
The invite-only, group voice-chat app tried to have a conversation about anti-Semitism that quickly turned anti-Semitic, including Holocaust revisionism and claims of Jewish economic domination. Can the platform avoid situations like this in the future?
From bacon challah and beef jerky to artisanal herring and designer chocolate, these treats are guaranteed to spice up any High Holiday meal at home
It’s time to stop falling for transparent trolling by neo-Nazis. Here’s how to know when they’re misleading you.
How a half-Black, half-Chamorro football player discovered the Jewish community—and what it can learn from him
Now it’s time for us to follow his example and stand up for others
The former journalist talks about his political ideology, Netanyahu’s trial, the prospect of annexation, the future of Arab-Jewish partnership in Israeli politics, and how he discovered non-Orthodox Judaism
The newspaper’s refusal to amend a 2018 article in which the novelist promoted anti-Semitism walked their own podcaster Cheryl Strayed into a mistake she’d never have otherwise made
A simulated Seder through song
The inside story of how ‘Harry Potter’ was translated into Yiddish
The presidential trailblazer just took a historic first step toward national dialogue about anti-Semitism. But its success will depend on whether he’s willing to confront some hard choices.
The former Tampa Bay Rays vice president is about to take over one of baseball’s biggest franchises