The spectacle of left-wing students forcing a Hillel to cancel a speaker wonderfully inverts a familiar routine.
Alan Dershowitz was depicted in a cartoon with blood and Palestinians. Was it anti-Semitic? Was it a blood libel?
Emily Barton’s ‘Book of Esther’ journeys to the medieval kingdom of Khazaria — but even there, Jews can’t escape the rush to modernize.
Set in Mississippi, Moby Longinotto’s documentary, “The Joneses,” took a ‘Transparent’-style look at red state America.
Palestine is rapidly becoming an attractive cause that leftist organizations tactically embrace to mobilize their base, Raphael Magarik writes.
The two dominant media stories about LGBT life in Israel are convenient narratives serving political ends — not queer Israelis, Raphael Magarik writes.
What John Kasich was really going on about in Boro Park was the split between Mosaic law and Abrahamic covenant, between Judaism and Christianity, Raphael Magarik argues.
Raphael Magarik tries to figure out why the Holocaust memoir “But You Did Not Come Back,” by Marceline Loridan-Ivens has become such a phenomenal international success. The answer has something to do with the current anti-Semitic climate in France.
Did the deli help American Jews reimagine themselves? Ted Merwin’s “Pastrami on Rye,” explores the cultural history of the deli, where second generation immigrants displayed their newfound prosperity.
Despite what Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz wants you to think, New York is actually the religious capital of America, Raphael Magarik argues.