Antisemitism comes in a variety of guises, and Jews have real problems concerning it. Casting non-Jews to play Jews in movies and television isn't one of them.
AOC’s tears and subsequent apology for not opposing the Iron Dome illustrated the frustrations of the left and the fears of other Democrats about being bulldozed by radicals.
The lack of response to President Biden’s lie about visiting the site of the Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooting reminds us that when discourse about Jew-hatred is tainted by partisanship, the Jews come out the losers.
After Afghanistan, the administration may double down on Iran appeasement in pursuit of a dubious diplomatic triumph. Seeking to expand the Abraham Accords would be a better idea.
Liberals and left-wingers are still trying to avoid conflict with anti-Semitic “Squad” members Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. Their excuses are wearing thin.
Two decades after a terrorist massacre in Jerusalem, the incident remains a necessary, if ghastly, reminder of the essential nature of a conflict that couldn’t be solved by Israeli concessions.
The group’s new deal to help PayPal shut down supposed radicals is part of a Big Tech corporate assault on free expression, not a defense of democracy.
The ice-cream company bowed to pressure to boycott Jerusalem and the West Bank. Still, their latest attempt at political virtue-signaling won’t advance peace, help Palestinians or silence critics.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s statement deserves support, but it will have diplomatic and political repercussions.
A D.C. rally against Jew-hatred struck many of the right notes, but the poor turnout, combined with obvious divisions between left and right, illustrates the dismal Jewish crisis response.
If the administration continues pursuing appeasement despite the latest evidence of Iranian intentions, it guarantees that efforts to restrain the regime after sanctions are dropped will flop.
When everything public is seen through a partisan lens, tragedies like the Surfside disaster still bring communities together and remind us about what is most important.
As Israel prepares for a change in leadership, a new documentary film on one of the country’s founding fathers is a reminder of what his successors can learn from him.
The future of the “government of change” is still in doubt, and its prospects are dubious. But despite the political attacks, the prospective new prime minister has a lot to offer.
Jewish groups are having trouble confronting “Zionphobic” violence because it offends those who think they have a right to foment anti-Semitism and deny Israel’s right to exist.
Anti-Zionists claim that violence against Jews discredits their cause; however, delegitimizing Jewish rights encourages hatred, whether or not leftists are willing to admit it.
Solidarity with the victims of the Mount Meron tragedy is a sign of hope. Still, the impulse to turn it into a political issue and cast blame on the ultra-Orthodox may prove more powerful.
A “bail reform” law led to the release of violent criminals who struck again and now to that of a man who vandalized synagogues. And still, the ADL and Jewish left are silent.
Americans were relieved by the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. Still, the JCPA and ADL shouldn’t join with partisans and radicals to exploit it to push a racialist agenda that hurts Jews.
The ADL wants Tucker Carlson fired for racism. Carlson says his views on immigration are the same as Israel’s. Why both assertions are wrong.
A misleading article about historians and Polish complicity has exacerbated a controversy that distracts us from the need to fight contemporary anti-Semitism rather than relitigate old battles.
A new population study claims that there are 7.6 million Jews in the United States. But is it including people like the vice president’s stepdaughter who say they aren’t Jewish?
A new guide to the book we read at Passover seders offers some food for thought about why there’s more to the holiday than a ritual meal.
Netanyahu’s critics are again predicting the demise of democratic rule should he and a right-wing/religious-party coalition emerge from the next election. They’re still wrong.
With two weeks before Israel goes to the voting booth yet again, Benjamin Netanyahu remains the favorite. But will antipathy among his diverse list of foes be enough to finish him?
Liberals advocate for immigration policies that are creating a humanitarian disaster, yet show their partisanship by not protesting measures they denounced when Trump was in office.
An Israeli Supreme Court ruling recognizing non-Orthodox conversions is more symbolism than substance. The fight to curb the power of the rabbinate must be resolved at the ballot box.
Journalists, leftist Jewish groups and politicians like Bernie Sanders are lending weight to the toxic lie that Israel is denying the COVID vaccine to Palestinians.
With Purim, we complete a full cycle of festivals that has shown that while much has changed in Jewish life, in some respects, it’s been business as usual.
Pop culture may have more influence over young viewers than news shows. That makes a so-called comedic endorsement of an anti-Semitic blood libel a serious problem.