David E. Fishman

Moscow Protestor: Mark Galperin called upon Jews not to work for the Putin regime or to receive honors from it.

Moscow Tear Gas Attack Shows Rise of Anti-Semitism in Putin Era

Russian nationalists disrupted a Rosh Hashanah concert in Moscow with a tear gas attack. David E. Fishman reports on a disturbing rise in anti-Semitism — and the muted response.

Better Than Ever: A woman walks through Independence Square on May 22, 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine.

Kiev Is Full of Hope — Yes, Even for Jews

With so much doom-and-gloom about Ukraine, David Fishman was surprised to find that life in Kiev is vibrant these days — yes, even for Jews.

Ignominious Return: The ultra-nationalist, anti-Semitic Black Hundreds, here marching in Odessa in 1905, are back again.

The Real Truth About Those Anti-Semitic Flyers in Donetsk

The news of the anti-Semitic flyers in Eastern Ukraine has been greeted with outrage clouded by uncertainty. David E. Fishman says the real story is that Russia is playing the ‘Jew card.’

The Ukrainian Revolution’s Unlikely Street-Fighting Rabbi

Natan Khazin led a Jewish squadron of fighters in the revolution that rocked Kiev’s central square. Meet the yarmulke-wearing IDF veteran and ordained rabbi.

Wedge Issue: Vladimir Putin and his underlings are talking non-stop about Ukraine?s Jews. And don?t expect the Kremlin strongman to stop anytime soon.

Why Vladimir Putin Will Keep Playing Jewish Card in Ukraine Crisis

The Kremlin has spent most of the past week slamming supposed anti-Semitism in Ukraine. It’s a clever ploy, David Fishman writes — and it’s not over by a long shot.

Victory: Ukrainians cheer the news of President Viktor Yanukovych?s ouster.

Will Ukraine's Revolution Be Good for Its Jews?

What will Ukraine’s new reality bring for the nation’s 100,000 Jews? The surprising — and divided — Jewish voice in the Kiev uprising offers some important clues.