In a wide-ranging interview at his home in Israel, Amos Oz talks about the origins of his politics and his art his new Natalie Portman film and the one book of his that he still re-reads.
George Weidenfeld, a British Jew who fled Nazi-ruled Austria as a child and funded the rescue of up to 2,000 Christians from Islamic State, has died at 96.
Lord Greville Janner, a British Member of Parliament, dedicated much of his life to championing Jewish causes. But his legacy is tainted by unresolved allegations of child abuse.
Gore Vidal once famously called William F. Buckley Jr. a “crypto-Nazi.” But Jay Parini’s new biography of a man once referred to as “America’s Biographer” reveals Vidal to have more than a few anti-Semitic tendencies himself.
Jeremy Corbyn has come out of left-wing obscurity to become the next leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party — and British Jewry is worried.
Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier was a fascist sympathizer and anti-Semite. But an exhibition currently running at the Centre Pompidou won’t tell you any of this.
Did Benjamin Netanyahu’s politics on Palestinians cost him Europe’s support on Iran? Liam Hoare says the Israeli premier’s confrontation with the British Foreign Secretary has made that much clear.
The best news out of the British election came when George Galloway, who infamously declared the northern town an ‘Israel-free zone,’ was soundly thrashed in his bid for reelection. He quoted Saddam Hussein in his concession speech.
In his campaign for prime minister of Britain, Ed Miliband’s Jewishness has only come up by way of code words. Liam Hoare writes that doesn’t make it any less offensive.