A Zionist anti-Semitism has moved from the fringe to, quite literally, the center, and from the realm of the apocalyptic imaginaire to the realm of American nationalist-fascism.
There are many women, myself included, who are uncomfortable with the rhetoric from Trump and his campaign about Jews and women. Unfortunately, the Women’s March did not feel like a cause for conservative, pro-life or Zionist women like me.
(JTA) — During his campaign for president in 2008, I wrote a column suggesting that Barack Obama was struggling to connect with Jews because they weren’t sure that he supported Israel’s cause in his gut — that is, in his kishkes. I may have been the first to apply the term “Kishkes Factor” in relation…
King had ambitious plans for a peaceful pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Then the 1967 war broke out.
Measuring quality of Jewish life on campus solely on perceived anti-Zionist rhetoric is immensely reductionist.
While Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to “drain the swamp, In Israel, the phrase is a political metaphor that stems from early Zionist efforts at literal swamp draining.
Both Keith Ellison, the Congressman running for head of the Democratic Party, and Steven Bannon, special advisor to President-elect Donald Trump, are anti-Semites.
A Breitbart writer alleges that the Forward smeared Stephen Bannon by explaining how he can support Israel and still be associated with anti-Semitism. Wrong, says Jane Eisner.
At a Monday rally in Sarasota, Florida, a young man at the candidate’s rally told a reporter with The Young Turks that he thought the Republican nominee would “end Zionism.”
I may not be attending university, but I am learning more about myself and developing as a person — not just as a student.