The first parmesan cheese wheel officially labeled ‘kosher’ was just unveiled at the Milan world’s fair.
Israel’s newly elected president Reuven Rivlin opposes a Palestinian state. But the left should embrace him anyway, writes Anna Momigliano.
The campaign to release convicted spy Jonathan Pollard is known as a right-wing cause. But Anna Momigliano lists five reasons why the left should get on board.
Should Israelis be allowed to enter the U.S. without a visa? In its latest editorial, the Jerusalem Post says yes. Anna Momigliano argues that’s absurd.
Islamophobia is going mainstream in France, as far-right leader Marine Le Pen’s rise to popularity shows.
Resurgent European anti-Semitism has some Jewish communities growing more insular in response. But resorting to self-segregation may just be another way of falling victim to hate.
As the world observes International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a number of European public intellectuals are saying the day should be abolished. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Some Italian Jews say Holocaust museums and memorials promote an overly ‘Diasporic’ Judaism. But wait — since when is ‘Diaspora’ a dirty word?