This story will get you rooting for a person named Siggy Flicker
Questioning Israel’s right to exist or calling Zionism a unique evil isn’t criticism of Israel; it’s anti-Semitism masquerading as political critique.
Perhaps one of the defining features of anti-Semitism is the irresistible desire of many of its proponents for intellectual respectability.
75 years ago, a group of brave Poles published “The Mass Extermination of Jews in German Occupied Poland,” documenting atrocities against the Jews.
By maintaining Plame’s invitation, Smith College is expressing that a person who retweeted an anti-Semitic article is an expert worth listening to.
Oh Chicago Tribune, you can’t un-say this, but you should.
It’s one thing when Jews criticize our own, but when non-Jewish writers put us down using the same old stereotypes, it’s a completely different story.
A recently hijacked Twitter poll by the Forward’s opinion editor provides a casual glance into the alt-right’s pervasive and persistent Jew hatred.
One is a Polish journalist. The other is a Jewish student in Warsaw. Watch as they walk the streets of Poland and talk candidly about anti-Semitism.
The cartoon “evokes classic anti-Semitic imagery and reinforces existing stereotypes,” the ADL and JCRC said.