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January 19

The Dangers of China’s Ever-Closer Relationship with Iran

United in their opposition to the United States and to the rule of law.

How Turning a Blind Eye to Anti-Semitism Paved the Way for the Colleyville Attack

There have been too many Malik Akrams for him to be dismissed as just another “lone wolf.”

January 18

The Rise of the “Arab Spring Generation” Is Changing the Middle East—Perhaps for the Better

The Arab world is getting younger, better educated, and less anti-Israel.

Promoting Immigration Is a Central Tenet of Zionism

Olim bring skills and capital—and fulfill the Jewish state’s purpose.

Lessons in Passing on the Faith from a Study of Conservative Christian Parents

When it comes to religious parenting, be hands on.

A Personal, National, and Biblical Story of Liberation—and Its Relevance for America

Young people entering universities should arrive with a strong moral sense.

January 17

Taking the Synagogue Hostage-Taker’s Anti-Semitism Seriously

In his mind, and Aafia Siddiqui’s, the Jews control the U.S. government.

The Hate That Dare Not Speak Its Name

In honor of Norman Podhoretz’s 92nd birthday, a 1986 essay on anti-Semitism that reads as if written yesterday.

The New Iran Deal Could Be Worse Than Its Predecessor

Rewarding the ayatollahs’ malfeasance as they move closer to getting nuclear weapons.