Jews of the diaspora, not Israel, are paying the price.
A jury rules in favor of the bakery that school administrators tried to drive out of business.
At arguably the moment of Harvard’s greatest involvement with Jews and Judaism, new movements in (anti-)intellectual thought started to creep in, too.
An open letter to fellow students who want to write about Israel and anti-Semitism.
The campus Jacobins hate the values that once made American universities great.
The one line that can’t be crossed.
Students and faculty must fight back.
A chilling victory for BDS.
The media and student unions take one side, and administrators won’t push back.
Jewish Voice for Peace’s anti-Semitic “Deadly Exchange” campaign.
“Their cause is wrapped up in our own.”
Dissenting ideas should be engaged, not demonized and dismissed.
Jews should be concerned.
Campus anti-Semitism, then and now.