If the Jewish community truly cares about free speech, we need to be consistent in standing for it — on the left and the right.
The longest hearing in student government history lead to a possible watershed moment at a school with large Jewish and Arab-American populations.
Co-owner Shmuel Veffer is the grandson of survivors: “Now it’s my turn to have the haters trying to destroy my business, simply because I’m Jewish.”
Grilling candidates on philosophical litmus tests is indeed a problem. But that’s not what happened here.
The Badger State is the 24th in the country to sign a law or executive order banning state contracts with companies that support BDS against Israel.
The city was complying with a state law that requires all state contractors to certify that they are not participating in boycotts of Israel.
Private citizens who apply for Hurricane Harvey rebuilding funds in Dickinson, Texas no longer have to certify that they will not boycott Israel.
My mentee lives in Gaza — and as much as she yearns to, the Israeli government has never allowed her to leave.
Daily, it seems, new red lines are drawn, excluding those who don’t subscribe to the right positions on Israel.
The governor of Maryland signed an executive order that prohibits state agencies from entering into contracts with companies that boycott Israel.