It is the ultimate narrow-minded form of privilege to ignore all the statistics, studies, and news stories showing how anti-Semitism affects Jews.
If the Democratic Party wants to keep young Jewish liberals like me, it needs to make clear that it is the anti-Semitism that is the problem.
As Linda Sarsour attempts to deflect the calls for her to resign from the Women’s March, she bears a resemblance to Donald Trump.
When Israel and the Palestinians clash, American Jews rush to prove that they’re on the right side of the conflict — which is damaging to us all.
March was filled with a stream of new reports of political leaders at home and abroad propagating or supporting anti-Semitism.
BDS supporters will claim to be pro-Palestinian, but the movement is focused on dismantling Israel
A word to the wise: There is almost never a good “but” that pivots away from the seriousness of anti-Semitism.
Linda Sarsour used the March for Racial Justice to demonize Zionists, perpetuating the exclusion she claims to be fighting in her own community.
I do not identify as a “right-wing Zionist,” nor do I find the leadership of Palestinian women “surprising” or anything less than positive.
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.