Ben Quinn

Heckled: The Jerusalem Quartet has faced protesters at perfor- mances in Europe.

Jerusalem Quartet Draws Discordant Note in Britain

When well-organized hecklers disrupted a recent London performance by the Jerusalem Quartet, the protest resonated far beyond Wigmore Hall, the city’s famous and much loved lunchtime place of pilgrimage for music lovers seeking a break from the hubbub of central London.

Red Devils

One morning in November 1969, a homemade bomb was discovered inside a Berlin Jewish community center, only a day after the center hosted a commemoration of the 1938 Kristallnacht pogroms.

On the London Stage, New Depiction Of Fagin Revives an Old Stereotype

He is one of the most infamous antisemitic caricatures of all time, a devious hook-nosed villain rivaled in stereotypical notoriety by only Shakespeare’s Shylock.