A “jot” makes all the difference.
Refuting an anti-Semitic libel need not involve papering over Soviet crimes.
A sign of the north’s domination of the south.
Saying kaddish for a rust-belt congregation.
When, 100 years ago, the victors in World War I needed a push to get behind “the right of Jews to reconstitute in Palestine their National Home,” Italy was there.
From cartoon frogs to Hitler.
With an exegesis of the Tanakh’s final verses.
The many hypothesized sources for the saying, “To have butter on one’s head.”
If it happened, it was over money, not theology.
With the aid of T.E. Lawrence.
Not antithetical, but complementary.
In this compilation of 2018 podcast highlights, hosted by Jonathan Silver, hear Ruth R. Wisse and James Kirchick on contemporary anti-Semitism, Greg Weiner on Daniel. . .
The Jews of Squirrel Hill didn’t follow their coreligionists elsewhere into the suburbs.
It didn’t go as planned, but it did help new immigrants.