The coronavirus is showing diaspora Jews that there is not necessarily a contradiction between being Jewishly-rooted and locally-rooted.
And this week’s anti-Semitism controversy comes to you courtesy of… John Cusack!
Is the endless angry parsing of the words of Rashida Tlaib and the like a distraction from the most urgent threats to us from violent antisemitism?
When Jews stand against anti-Semitism, they need to understand all the ways it can be used to fuel racism on the right.
In their attempt to perform as “woke” opponents of anti-Semitism, these Jewsplainers are choosing the worst of our tendencies.
Perhaps one of the defining features of anti-Semitism is the irresistible desire of many of its proponents for intellectual respectability.
Dov Waxman’s new book, ‘Trouble in the Tribe,’ raises questions about intra-Jewish conflict over Israel and where it’s most likely to take place.
Both American and British Jews have experienced strife over the war in Gaza. Keith Kahn-Harris thinks Americans can learn from Brits how to handle it better.
The new survey of British Jewry shows polarization and decline. But Keith Kahn-Harris says it misses one very important factor: the increasing vitality of Jewish life in the UK.
British Jews have just selected a new chief rabbi. Keith Kahn-Harris argues that the post is no longer needed — and explains why it doesn’t exist on this side of the pond.