Gershom Scholem chose Israel; Theodor Adorno returned to Germany.
“The refusal to be bound by rules, any rules, turned children against their elders, impelled them to . . . destroy their brains with drugs,. . .
Remembrance of riots past.
Too many Communists in the kitchen—making blintzes.
A foul wind that won’t easily dissipate from Pitzer College.
For today’s progressives, Jewish particularism is acceptable only when it involves vehement critiques of Israel.
On both sides of the Iron Curtain, anti-Zionism never strayed far from hatred of Jews.
Advocating war rather than peace.
Even before the creation of Israel, significant elements of the international left opposed Zionism, embraced anti-Semitism, and defended the murder of Jews. A new book,. . .
The scholar and columnist Barry Rubin underwent a remarkable intellectual transformation. In examining his legacy on the first anniversary of his death, Martin Kramer tells. . .
The contemporary left’s hatred of Israel and indifference (or worse) toward the virulent anti-Semitism of radical Islamists come as a surprise to many. But, writes. . .
A recent collection of essays on the so-called BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) movement explores the twisted ideologies that have led to increased calls from. . .
Falling prey to conspiratorial thinking, European and American leftists increasingly put the blame for all global conflict squarely on the Jews.
Over the past generation, a highly selective liberal-arts college has become inhospitable to religion, non-radical politics, and Israel.