The language of “cultural Marxism” can all too easily slide into anti-Semitism.
If you’re going to claim to be a liberal, as most American Jews are, the most basic requirement is that you believe in basic civic equality.
The Polish president refuses to admit power differences between Jewish and non-Jewish Poles.
Free speech and open debate are important values, but human life is more important.
The Soros conspiracy theories are indeed anti-Semitic. But they are not only that. They are also racist against black Americans.
Memmi’s Jewish politics do not fall squarely on either left or right, so both sides have seen it fit to ignore him.
Why not call out the most significant ideological source of anti-Semitism in the United States for what it is?
The truth is, many organizations will struggle to rebuild after this crisis, because they aren’t relevant to the lives of American Jews any longer.
Forward contributors Ari Hoffman and Joel Swanson debate how American Jews should mark Israel’s independence day.
We asked two Forward contributors to debate the question Jews are passionately debating all over the country: Is anti-Zionism anti-Semitic?