Soros embodies a Diasporic Jewish archetype that right-wing Zionism has defined itself against: the cosmopolitan financier, the wandering Jew.
The center-left needs to think carefully about its relation to the radical left, if we are to have any chance of ending the occupation.
The story of the Greens is a cautionary tale about big money attempting to muscle an intellectual culture into submission and also a slapstick comedy.
There’s something intellectually perverse in a white American Jew reading this West piece and asking, “How does this offend me?”
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.