The building we had built, and all the dreams we had for it, the celebrations and Torah we had planned for it, would now have to all be put on hold.
Criticizing one community just because they are struggling with something the entire world is trying to figure out how to deal with is just wrong.
People tend to lean back on things they recognize, on things that are familiar to them. Reporters are no different.
I don’t know anyone in the Jewish community who wouldn’t sign up for a solution that keeps us safer and doesn’t take a toll on the black community.
It isn’t anything that has to do with ant-Semitism which bothers these people, it is all about politics.
The biggest tell is that Sanders never really gets around to telling us how he would or should “fight anti-Semitism.”
When looking at the rising rates of attacks against Haredi and Hassidic Jews, it’s important to ask how we got to this point.
With recent comments made by Representatives Ilhan Omar, Jim Jordan, and Steve King further show how anti-Semitism has pervaded in US politics.
Accusing Orthodox Jews of white nationalist rhetoric is wrong, and it risks normalizing anti-Semitism.
We can both believe Dr. Ford and insist that there be a minimum standard of evidence before an accusation becomes actionable