Taken to its conclusions, Ibram X. Kendi’s ideas make Jews a problem
While the author of a puff piece on Louis Farrakhan attacks her Jewish critics for their privilege.
Jews shouldn’t join the mob by renaming St. Louis or “cancelling” Dostoevsky.
One institution improves as the other declines.
The New York Times does a bang-up job of turning Jews against one another.
End the charade.
The New York Times should know that betting against Israel is a losing proposition.
A synagogue twice destroyed.
The New York Times decries attempts to “Judaize” Jerusalem.
The ethnic cleansing of a village founded by Yemenite Jews.
Truth from the City of David.
Dressing up anti-Semitism as anti-Zionism.
The numbers tell a different story.
Only one form of hatred of Jews is acceptable in polite society.