The Arabic Twitter account for Hamas’ military wing was closed down, two weeks after its English account was suspended.
Ruti Regan and Savannah Breakstone lead weekly Twitter conversations about the week’s Torah portion conducted through the lens of what it’s like to live with a disability.
A Jewish high school student from New Jersey was accused of “bullying” and threatened with expulsion by school administrators for posting anti-Israel Tweets, angering pro-Palestinian groups and free speech advocates.
It’s been only a few days since James Deen was accused of sexually assaulting several women, including his ex-girlfriend. Emily Shire asks why women seem more interested in discussing why they ever liked Deen than whether or not he is guilty.
A Jewish member of the British Parliament criticized Twitter for its slow response to a barrage of anti-Semitic tweets she received last year.
The University of Illinois said on Thursday that it would pay $875,000 to settle a lawsuit by a professor who lost out on a tenured position after he made Twitter postings critical of Israel.
An administrator at a California high school is being criticized for two light-hearted tweets about Anne Frank, the famous Holocaust victim whose diary from her years in hiding inspired a play and movie.
The Fat Jew, meet Karma. Karma, meet The Fat Jew.
It’s only been a day since President Obama launched the @POTUS twitter handle, and already Israeli government officials are using it as just another platform to help worsen their already fraught relationship with the current US government.
Fans may be up in arms about Trevor Noah’s anti-Semitic tweets, but Jon Stewart’s got his back. The ‘Daily Show’ host stood up for his replacement, asking viewers to ‘give him a chance.’