“As a Jew . . .”
“They cannot be a light unto other nations who denigrate their own.”
Jonathan Miller was Jewish. Clive James wasn’t. James was the one who liked Jews.
“Being Jewish, Sefton Goldberg . . . ”
The demonizing of Jews by generations of pro-Palestinian activists has ameliorated the plight of Palestinians not one bit.
Civilization’s weather vane.
Holocaust Remembrance Day reflections from Howard Jacobson.
“Those who say they are against Zionism but not against Jews are speaking in riddles.”
It’s simply calling things as they are.
Zionism is the liberation movement of the Jewish people.
And thoughts on being a Jewish novelist.
Shylock Is My Name.
His new novel “J” imagines a future in which Jewish identity has been both erased and universalized.