For today’s progressives, Jewish particularism is acceptable only when it involves vehement critiques of Israel.
A Hillel house banned not a critic of Israel, but the country’s deputy foreign minister.
The Yiddish Magic Mountain.
A community that believes inclusion is the highest value ultimately stands for nothing.
No noble cause.
The best thing Israel can offer in response to anti-Semitism is its existence.
A comedian who embodied a Jewish stereotype from which the sting of prejudice had been leached.
It was bound to happen.
There are better ways than Nazi symbols for Jews to express their pride.
The nutty professor’s inner Gentile.
Beyond Palestinian flags at Jewish summer camps.
Daniel Gordis and Elliott Abrams debate the proper response to the Israeli government’s recent decisions on prayer at the Western Wall and conversion to Judaism.