An excerpt from the new book ‘Shadow Strike’
In less than a year, two different attacks on Jews were inspired by a ‘Christian identity’ movement that fuses white nationalism and medieval anti-Semitism
Tablet’s Vladislav Davidzon gained special access to Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine’s enigmatic new leader who once played the president on TV. Here, Davidzon shares his impressions of Zelensky and his predictions for Ukraine’s political future.
Some Jewish community leaders are not wild about the city’s new vaccination edict, but they are overwhelmingly pro-vaccination
Jonathan Brent speaks with Polish scholar Elżbieta Janicka about the campaign to absolve occupied Poland for its role in the Holocaust and blame Jews for their own slaughter
Here’s what the media and pollsters fail to get about Bibi’s enduring appeal
Seven clues to understand the mysterious appeal of Moshe Feiglin and Israel’s uniquely Jewish brand of libertarianism
In South Africa, protests supposedly aimed at Israel target the country’s Jewish institutions
The ‘norms’ invoked to challenge Israel’s claims to the Golan are selectively applied, totally contradictory, and would actually invalidate Palestinian territorial claims. Other than that, they make perfect sense.