Doron Ben-Atar, a professor of American Studies at Fordham University, called on his department to protest the American Studies Association’s academic boycott of Israel. In. . .
During the Rosh Hashanah ritual of tashlikh, Jews traditionally gather by a river or stream and symbolically cast the previous year’s sins into the water.. . .
The left-wing organization Peace Now has manufactured a crisis out of a symbolic order, signed by the mayor of Jerusalem, authorizing continued construction of homes. . .
These days, the word is used almost exclusively to describe any action, defensive or responsive, by Israel. Can someone point me in the direction of a proportionate war?
Much of the Western media’s anti-Israel narrative originates with Israeli journalists.
Slogans and hashtags compare Israelis to Nazis, and Gaza to genocide. But only one party and its supporters aim at genocide, and those who chant. . .
Much of what is called “Islamophobia” these days simply cannot be equated with anti-Semitism, either in nature or degree. To say otherwise is not just. . .