The struggle to eradicate anti-Semitism from Britain’s Labour Party and to remove its leader Jeremy Corbyn from office are one and the same.
“Whatever the actual existential threat to Israel is today, it is not BDS, a movement whose time has never and will never come.”
British yeshivas are refusing to have mention of LGBTQ people in their curriculum. It’s a disservice to their students.
In her best-selling ‘Hidden Years,’ former Forward culture fellow Anna Goldenberg learns how the Holocaust shaped her family.
In a wide-ranging interview at his home in Israel, Amos Oz talks about his politics, his art and his new Natalie Portman film.
The Holocaust was the attempted destruction of a civilization and also the total destruction of an idea.
“In its evolution from page to stage, “A Horse Walks Into a Bar” regains its spontaneity. Virtuosity is present, too.”
It should not matter whether Corbyn is actually an anti-Semite or someone who has befriended anti-Semites and found a home in anti-Semitic politics.
Corbyn’s Labour Party has adopted a new definition of anti-Semitism — disturbing not anti-Semites, but British Jews.
What’s happening at the border isn’t a Holocaust — but if the comparison helps people advocate for justice, it’s worthwhile.