Just look at how it’s treated in the media
When it comes to Jews, the organization now does more harm than good
Israel is the topic, but American Jews are the target
The growing and distinctly western Mediterranean olim are a boon to Israel but a dark omen for the future of France
In an age of skyrocketing antisemitism, university programs meant to combat prejudice and hate have become the latest Jew-free zone
If any other ethnic group in America* was being violently attacked on the streets of a major city with such numbing repetitiveness, a major civil rights investigation would follow (*except for Asians)
Of the hundreds of hate crimes committed against Jews in the city since 2018, many of them documented on camera, only a single perpetrator has served even one day in prison
France’s left declares its loyalty to a dark, antisemitic past
The director’s films tackled the grandest questions in German culture and politics, before he turned his critical eye to the Jews
Skipped by the university’s chancellor for the second time, Thursday’s hearings to address allegations of pervasive student and faculty antisemitism ended in bitter stalemate
How the United States has attempted to settle the question of whether antisemitism is racism or mere animus
Growing up, I was taught that it was up to my generation to protect democracy when it threatened our refuge in America. So, now what?
A translated excerpt from a recent novel traces the anguished, long-buried history of a Jewish family in wartime France
Influencer Lu Kewen puts Jews in the crosshairs of ‘Xi Jinping Thought’
When my great-grandmother was murdered a century ago in Winnipeg’s ‘Hebrew Colony,’ police had suspects and a motive: antisemitism. But the only physical clue they could find left them baffled.
Captain Alfred Dreyfus would have been 162 years old today. His legacy on the left is dying, while the malice that targeted him is alive and well.
Many of us liberal Jews are not awake to the hatred of our colleagues, students, professors, and thought leaders
Thirty years after they joined a mob baying for Jewish blood, Yankel Rosenbaum’s killers still walk among us. So does the spirit of his brother, who sought justice.
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