Hint: it’s not who you think it was. But his baleful legacy lives on in his successors.
A movement that can detect a racist dog-whistle from miles away is strangely deaf when it comes to anti-Semitism.
Learning a lesson from Theodor Herzl.
The Eurovision contest and the mini-marts.
To the detriment of Israel and the city’s Arab residents.
To some degree, yes—but Arabs advocating a “peace between peoples” continue to face a high barrier, and need help.
With a strong dose of reality.
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The strong, silent type.
From protesting Soviet crimes to inventing Israeli ones.
That is the question a new history of Polish Jewry in the 1930s asks and—with one large exception—answers well.
Any outreach to the Jewish state is a product of temporary desperation.
An attempt to ignore the history of Judaism and Christianity.
The battle of the Benjamins.