Rep. Rashida Tlaib and those cheering for Hamas have the right to say what they want. But institutions should treat them the same way they would neo-Nazis or Klan members.
The choice between Hamas and Israel is not complex. It is one between an Islamist tyranny and a democratic state, between a group whose Western ideology isn’t merely alien to Western thought but steeped in what can only be described as evil.
Whether in Gaza, on American streets campuses, or on the pages of “The New York Times,” they can’t understand why their war on Israel isn’t a universal guarantee of support.
The U.S. State Department condemned recent comments by Itamar Ben-Gvir. But the real problem is not what the controversial cabinet member said; it’s support for a Palestinian right to terror.
The authors of a disingenuous appeal to Diaspora Jews to intervene in the Jewish state’s divisive culture war are oblivious to the damage they are doing.
Even normally serious people are looking for antisemitism in the wrong places. Misplaced anger about a movie undermines the fight against genuine Jew-hatred.
Ransom payments of $6 billion will fund more Iranian terror. But the real question is why America is still pursuing Iran. The former president may be part of the answer.
U.S. pressure led Jerusalem to give up singling out Arabs with U.S. citizenship for special scrutiny. Does the debate about “ethnic profiling” ignore threats?
U.S. organizations throwing in with the opposition to judicial reform aren’t defending democracy. Rather, they are treating the majority of Israeli Jews with contempt.
The battle over Israeli judicial reform can’t be settled by faux piety about unity that doesn’t answer the question about who are the real modern-day Zealots.
Why are Biden and liberal Jews still fixated on turning that nightmare into reality?
Both mainstream Jewish groups and their allies in the Biden administration are determined to avoid taking on left-wing Jew-haters and the ideas that drive them.
Expanding the Abraham Accords is vital. But given the administration’s desire to appease Iran, coupled with the Saudis’ unpopularity, Washington won’t pay the price to make it happen.
COVID controversies helped realign U.S. politics as foes of government power on both left and right found common ground. But tolerance for antisemitism can’t be ignored.
Demonizing those who march with Israeli flags on “Jerusalem Day” and conservatives who push back against the Marxist war on the West is equally disingenuous and wrong.
After months of divisiveness, the country immediately united in the face of incessant rocket fire. Will a community unwilling to fight antisemitic progressives learn that lesson?
New report details how Muslim hate groups have rebranded themselves as intersectional allies to Jewish left-wingers.
The newspaper’s 18-part assault on yeshivahs says more about the decline of journalistic ethics and comfort with antisemitism than it does about any alleged academic failings.
Pride in our history is appropriate. But wanting official recognition has more to do with the impulse to get in on the intersectional victim racket than combating antisemitism.
The former “Fox News” star took many questionable stands. But those who rightly see woke DEI ideology as a threat to Jewish life aren’t cheering his ouster.
As the debate about Netanyahu and judicial reform heats up, the umbrella group of Jewish Federations is showing less restraint about intervening in Israeli politics. That’s a mistake.
The biased reactions of U.N. officials and corporate media to attacks on Israelis as well as to disputes over Jerusalem’s Temple Mount are rooted in leftist lies about Zionism.
Museums, archives of testimonies and educational efforts preserved the survivors’ legacy. Still, that won’t counter contemporary antisemitic hatred and disinformation.
A call to reconsider investing in Israel because of judicial reform isn’t the same as BDS. Yet that distinction is meaningless since it still validates anti-Zionist lies.
A think tank is being attacked by Netanyahu opponents who are solely focused on political power while they ignore the ideas that have put the issue on the national agenda.
The Israeli finance minister’s call for wiping out Huwara was abhorrent, but so is the so-called “human rights” group’s demand for the mass expulsion of Jews from their homes.
A bid to strengthen the Taylor Force Act that penalizes the Palestinian Authority’s “pay for slay” policy is necessary. But the administration is still evading the law in other ways.
Jews who rioted in Huwara following a terror attack have been rightly condemned. But why do the world and the Biden administration still tolerate Palestinian terrorism?
Poll results demonstrate an understanding that Jew-hatred is grown. But thanks to misperceptions, mistakes and failed leadership, efforts to counter this trend are failing.
Palestinian terrorism and disinterest in a two-state solution ensure that peace is impossible. But the United States and its allies prefer to focus on Israeli housing starts.