A shift in right-wing populist rhetoric toward Jews and Israel has been taking place on the continent. Why? And how likely is it to endure?
What Europe can learn from America, and what American Jews can learn from European ones.
Europe’s hostility toward religious outsiders is a centuries-old tradition.
Rising anti-Semitism and declining Jewish populations.
Jacob, Esau, and an imagined post-Orthodox, post-Israel future.
“If you call yourself an anti-Semite, they run you out of town; if you call yourself an anti-Zionist, you get tenure.”
“Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas!”
There were many more illiterate Jews in the Tsarist empire than we tend to think there were.
Holocaust education isn’t the answer.
Criticizing low-level neo-Nazis while ignoring Mahmoud Abbas and Jeremy Corbyn.
So much for Europe’s commitment to human rights.