Remembering Pearl Lang

“I am told that I am the father of the graphic novel, but am still waiting for the blood test,” said Art Spiegelman,1992 Pulitzer Prize winner for “Maus: A Survivor’s Tale” and keynote speaker at the February 6-8 New York Comic Con & Graphic Novel Conference, held at the Javits Center.


Following Withdrawal From Intelligence Post, Freeman Points Finger at Israel Lobby

The spectrum of arguments against the appointment of Charles “Chas” Freeman to Washington’s top intelligence assessment post ranged from his approach toward China to his ties with Saudi Arabia to his views on human rights.


Coalition Seeks Overhaul of Conservative Movement

Some of the most prominent figures in Conservative Judaism are demanding a meeting with the leadership of the movement’s congregational arm to discuss a major overhaul of the way the troubled movement functions


Once-Quiet Campuses See Surge in Anti-Israel Activism

The Israel on Campus Coalition, a Washington-based Israel education and advocacy umbrella group, says that there has been a dramatic upsurge in anti-Israeli activity on previously quiet college campuses.


In Iran, Baha’i Leaders Stand Accused of Spying for Israel

The Baha’i community is working to gain the release of seven of its leaders in Tehran, who are facing down their own charges of spying for Israel. The seven — including a 45-year-old mother of three and a 37-year-old optometrist — have been imprisoned since last spring. In addition to espionage, they stand accused of insulting religious sanctities and of spreading propaganda against the Islamic Republic.

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