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Just as a phantasmagoric United Nations vote that the sun rises in the west and sets in the south would be ignored by thinking people, the latest anti-Israel vote by UNESCO (the United Nations … more
The chancellor of the City University of New York recently released a report by CUNY-hired outside counsel investigating allegations of campus anti-Semitism. The investigation was triggered by a … more
Women of the Jewish Resistance during World War II helped save fellow Jews from being massacred by the Nazis. They enabled some to find a way out of Europe and find safety in Israel. They did what … more
In his forthcoming book “The New Philistines,” Wall Street Journal correspondent Sohrab Ahmari devotes a few paragraphs to a symposium on art and identity convened by the radical … more
Israel’s Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked told a full house Sunday evening that the American-Israeli bond was “unbreakable and unshakable” and that the “importance of an … more
As over 300,000 Jewish college students arrive on American campuses this month, what they experience there is likely not only to broaden their minds and uproot long-held assumptions, but shake their … more
The Town of Hempstead kicked its support for Israel up a few notches this week when it proclaimed the Region of Shomron a “sister municipality.” Shomron, in the hills of northern … more
For most students, the dog days of August are one final chance for summer traditions such as hitting the beach or visiting national parks with their families before heading back to … more
Ambassador Dani Dayan, Israel’s new consul general in New York, greeted more than 200 friends of Israel in the Lawrence backyard of Yael and Gary Mandel. Although … more
American Jewish historian Hasia Diner is facing widespread criticism over her public renunciation of Israel and Zionism.  I say: Thanks, Hasia, for your honesty. Diner is the Paul S. and … more
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