A rabbi and an archbishop walk into Westminster Abbey . . .
A sadly familiar way to render a Jewish public figure hideous.
Treating extremism like a virus people can catch by watching the wrong YouTube video.
A town’s shameful surrender to fanaticism.
Not to mention London’s role in preventing Jews from escaping Hitler.
Trivialization and worse.
A lattice of ostensibly religious and cultural institutions, meant to breed fanaticism.
Two plays portray powerful, sinister Jews with ill-gotten riches—and no small number of anti-Semitic stereotypes.
Chris Williamson still blames the Jews.
A new British study documents rising antipathy toward Jews.
Recognizing Israel’s capital serves London’s interests.
Plus, what Rishi Sunak and Benjamin Disraeli have in common.
No country for Jewish sociologists.
Following in Margaret Thatcher’s footsteps?