In Aftermath of Paris Attacks, a Lesson from the Holocaust

Will letting more refugees into Europe increase the chance of terror attacks like the one that hit Paris? The risks are real, Rex Brynen writes, but the memory of the Holocaust cautions us against focusing only on risks.


If Temple Mount Provocation Is Bad, What About Women of the Wall?

Many liberals believe that Jewish provocation on the Temple Mount is wrong. So, Avi Shafran asks, shouldn’t they also believe that Women of the Wall’s provocation at the Kotel is just as bad?


Hope and Foreboding for Jews on Streets of Paris

I have visited Europe many times, but last week I looked at it through a new lens in my first trip as CEO of the Anti-Defamation League.


Getting Past Iran Feud Is Least of Federations' Problems

Federation leaders are loudly proclaiming that the feud over the Iran deal is done and dusted. That may be true but J.J. Goldberg writes that the Jewish umbrella charities face a much more dire threat.


Is a New Edition of 'Mein Kampf' Really Such a Bad Idea?

Now that the copyright for Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ has lapsed, a French publisher wants to put out a new critical edition. Some think that’s a dangerous plan — but not Robert Zaretsky.

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