Lag ba-Omer and a German Jew’s path to a once-neglected subject.
From right and left, jihadist and Querdenker.
Heinrich Heine’s prediction of Nazism remains relevant today.
Walter Kaufmann, who nonetheless chose Judaism.
To the consternation of the American authorities.
The rise and fall of BDS.
Hermann Struck’s World War I.
The Berlin Makkabis.
James Simon and Paul Nathan.
Is his unusual childhood the key?
“Utterly different from anything published in the Jewish world until then.”
Remembering Alexander Altmann.
Using an attempted synagogue massacre to score political points.
Promising to fight anti-Semitism while shielding Hizballah.