Universities and colleges are failing to protect Jewish students. It must stop.
A sitting American justice from the state of the Pittsburgh massacre speaks out on First Amendment rights, Christchurch, and the dangers of a pivotal moment in our history
In her new book, ‘The Lion’s Den,’ Susie Linfield examines the historical antecedents to the left’s Jewish problem
Despite a few recent examples of college administrations standing up for Jewish students, faculties are likely to bend to anti-Israel pressure in the long run unless opposed systemically
The delay of a proposed vote on an anti-BDS bill sparks rumors of a rift among Senate Democrats and dirty tricks from Republicans
The movement is still on the fringes of American politics but with the Democrats pulling left it now has a seat inside Congress
We attribute isolation to the alleged perpetrator of the Pittsburgh massacre because we want to be reassured. But he is afloat on an ocean of hate.
Campus Week: How the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement supports the careers of shoddy university scholars
Campus Week: How a toxic postcolonial, postmodern discourse essentializes Muslim women into only their covering
Defying pressure to cancel a concert, Lana Del Rey says she will sing for the people of Israel because she is a singer and they are people
Another blow for BDS
How human vices hide behind the veneer of the identity-culture wars
Sounding a lot like a classical medieval Jew-hater, the former Pink Floyd frontman takes the stage in London and amps up the bigotry
The move is the latest in a series of commitments to anti-Israel causes
Connections between an American charity and Hamas, PFLP, and Palestinian Islamic Jihad
Not Shaun King
How Stephen Walt became the new foreign policy gatekeeper for the right
In a tirade full of conspiracy theories, the former Pink Floyd frontman and anti-Israel activist echoed Russian propaganda
An NYU student accused me of misrepresenting the debate over Israel on campus. It was a teachable moment.
Student government blasts the Jewish State on the eve of Passover while cheering on actual violations of academic freedom by Abu Dhabi
I’ve lived in Israel for years and saw the nation in all its wonderful complexity. And even though I’m a big Lorde fan, I knew I wouldn’t be able to enjoy her concert now that she had sided with the BDS movement.
Fans of virtue signaling, self-importance, and terrible music will rejoice
Radicals say the darndest things
Pro-Israel customers of Virgin Atlantic complained after the in-flight menu listed a Palestinian couscous salad
And Israeli lawmakers protest
All the news that’s fit to skim
Adorable children dressed in a ideological garb are nothing new
Without any durable victories of real significance, the BDS movement might be starting to aim lower
When a bunch of psychoanalysts try talking about the Jewish state, they reveal a lot about their own repressed feelings