The not-so-secret history of Christian Zionism and its legacy
Ibraheem Samirah once suggested Israel was worse than the KKK, now he’s running for office in Virginia
The Minnesota congresswoman has repeatedly voiced classical anti-Semitic tropes, and this is deserving of strong condemnation. But she has also voiced an exceedingly rare willingness to reconsider her presumptions and put herself in the shoes of Jews, and they should take her up on it.
The legal case that yeshiva educational standards are unconstitutional is gaining influence even as it loses in the courts, and could have far-reaching consequences
After the job sat unfilled for 21 months, the White House’s new pick for envoy to combat anti-Semitism steps into the role with a unique background and a very big task ahead of him
Months away from publishing her debut novel, a young Asian author and rising star of YA fiction just killed her own book to appease a social media mob condemning her work as racist despite the fact that they most likely hadn’t read it
The tech titans of the new digital economy aren’t really technology companies anymore, they’re network monopolies and they’re here to stay
A recent panel event featuring the founding mother of ‘intersectionality’ highlighted the promise and peril of our intersectional moment
Israeli-Americans, once shunned by the homeland and marginal in domestic politics, are becoming more influential and injecting new optimism into the often dour world of American-Jewish political organizations
Is a Kingsborough Community College professor a racist or a victim of ‘academic mobbing’?
Seeking human connection and solidarity, within and without the Jewish community, in the wake of Pittsburgh