The inane messaging and feckless leadership behind the ‘No Fear’ campaign shows that mainstream Jewish organizations are running scared and antisemites are winning
You’re not confused. The ADL Is Becoming as Bad as You Think.
A Q&A with Kevin MacDonald, the country’s most influential white identitarian ideologue
Another instance of playing partisan politics reveals how dangerously the organization has lost its way
What the appointments of young, new executives mean for some of our oldest communal groups
Jews continue to be the most targeted religious group in America
Is American anti-Semitism really distinctive from that of other diaspora countries? Just how worried should we be?
Seeking human connection and solidarity, within and without the Jewish community, in the wake of Pittsburgh
The spread of misleading information on hate crimes is counterproductive in the fight against real and rising anti-Semitism
Why major Jewish organizations switched sides in the affirmative action debate
It’s time to debunk this myth once and for all
The mystery deepens
Following pressure from Women’s March leader and Louis Farrakhan acolyte Tamika Mallory
The Women’s March has been ignoring Jewish women and anti-Semitism from the start
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
One of the country’s most prominent Arab American public servants will now helm the Jewish anti-hate group’s Center on Extremism
This Friday in California, two Imams called on Allah to smite the Jews. This hate must end.
The organization again puts politics above principle
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