Ben Cohen, a New York-based writer, has contributed essays on anti-Semitism and related issues to Mosaic and other publications.
It’s already the best of the several definitions out there. And, by offering yet clearer guidance on the question of Zionism, it could get even stronger.
“This odious bombing was aimed at striking Jews who were going to the synagogue, and it hit innocent French people.”
The historian’s new book sets out to conduct a clear-sighted tour of 21st-century anti-Semitism, but her vision turns out to be occluded.
As the long life of the Protocols attests, anti-Semitic passions are not just sincere, they’re hard-wired beyond any possibility of disproof by reason.
American society is solidly free of the Israel-centered anti-Semitism that dominates its universities. Can that last?
Anyone can join—even Jews.