One recent Thursday, events on three continents laid bare the colliding paranoias that keep the Middle East boiling. J.J. Goldberg takes it all apart.
Jared Kushner believed anti-Semitism was the main driver behind Steve Bannon’s White House turf war against Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump.
The deadly Hanukkah fire was the third linked to Jewish ritual in the same neighborhood since 2010, fifth in Brooklyn since 2000. Total 15 dead. Why?
Trump’s speech recognizing Jerusalem hasn’t sparked the violence critics predicted, but it’s causing other sorts of worrisome blowback.
The Flynn-Kushner U.N. intervention is sideshow in Mueller’s Russia probe. But it may revive post-Pollard FBI paranoia over Jewish dual loyalty.
Mideast negotiators Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt prepare a peace plan that moves goalposts sharply in Israel’s favor, unless Trump sabotages it.
Israeli deputy foreign minister, following speech cancellation by Princeton Hillel, stirs uproar with bitter attack on the American Jewish community.
What the numbers show is that the vast majority of the world’s terrorist attacks are carried out by Muslims against Muslims.
America and Israel share a moral mission as nations founded for a higher purpose. They now share a darker sense as democracies teetering on the brink.
In terms of Russian attacks, undermining our democracy and helping install a clown as our president is further down the list than you might think.