On their own, they seem like mere slip-ups that amount to nothing. But taken together, the media’s treatments of Bernie Sanders’s Jewish background smell of anti-Semitism, Ari Paul argues.
Do Israel’s military actions spur anti-Jewish attacks around the world? An Israeli study says yes. But the explosive assessment, taboo in our current discourse, is practically buried in the report.
It’s easy to point fingers at ultra-Orthodox groups for the death of Faigy Mayer. Shulem Deen writes that the entire Jewish world must start pushing for freedom within the Hasidic world — or else we all share the blame for tragedies like hers.
Hillels are supposed to be pluralistic environments on college campuses. But Stanford student Emma Neiman says that her university’s Hillel favors Orthodoxy.
Israel’s political leaders have lined up against the Iran deal. Not so its security establishment, which is urging Benjamin Netanyahu to work with the U.S. rather than fight a quixotic battle to scuttle the agreement, J.J. Goldberg reports.