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JTA’s editor in chief Andrew Silow-Carroll and opinion editor Laura E. Adkins share their thoughts on a July 27 New York Times article answering “some of the most difficult … more
Last month — or 16 years ago in Trump years — the White House disinvited a cartoonist named Ben Garrison to a meeting of right-wing media influencers. It had been pointed out that … more
The House of Representatives last week approved a nonbinding resolution that condemns the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement targeting Israel. Much was made of the … more
One of my top priorities in Congress is to do everything that I can to strengthen the bonds between the United States and Israel, and to ensure that the United States never wavers in our support for … more
Among news consumers, the first association one has with the State of Israel is often war and religious violence. However, for many Jews who choose to make aliyah, the Jewish state is considered to … more
Elan Carr is the U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, a senior diplomatic post that had been vacant for two years until he assumed it in February. Carr is a well-known … more
The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly condemned the movement to boycott, divest and sanction Israel. The House vote Tuesday night on the non-binding resolution was … more
The following is adapted from my remarks on Monday at the U.S. Department of Justice Summit on Combating Anti-Semitism. It is a matter of no small irony that college campuses are among the places … more
Two assailants, armed with several weapons, pushed through the doors at Anshei Shalom in West Hempstead. Some congregants headed for cover under the pews and behind chairs, while others stormed the … more
The Berlin Jewish Museum catches the eye with a zinc-plated, jagged facade that invokes a shattered Star of David. Now it is drawing attention for another reason: Its director, Judaic … more
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