Ben Cohen
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The solemnly named International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague has become an arena for the world’s despots and authoritarians to strut and grandstand, projecting their own abuses — … more
F or several years now, my media consumption habits have been guided in part by what I call my “escape routes.” As someone who spends his days immersed in reports and analysis of … more
What do you call a Jewish house of prayer? When was the State of Israel founded? Which cities in our country have the largest Jewish communities? These are just three of the 20 questions about … more
War, the Union Army Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman is famously said to have told a group of army cadets some years after the American Civil War, “is hell.” More than a century and a half … more
Collisions are often unintentional. Bumping into someone as you walk down a busy thoroughfare with one eye on your cell phone or scraping a parked car as you reverse along a narrow street are … more
As the world marked International Women’s Day last Friday, the various social-media platforms lit up with posts from pro-Israel celebrities and influencers demanding the release of the female … more
W hen all is said and done, antisemitism is fundamentally an ideology of violence. Behind every missive and every barb — whether delivered online, at pro-Hamas rallies or graffitied on the … more
The war in Gaza is prying open a potentially game-changing fissure in British politics that has wider implications for the Western world. Last weekend, a recording surfaced … more
That old image of the Jewish family with a packed suitcase at the ready in case they are compelled to suddenly leave their home has returned with a vengeance across Europe. In France and … more
It was one of those incidents that you never expect will happen to you, but when it does, it changes your life irrevocably. On June 8, 2023, a Thursday, a 67-year-old Orthodox Jewish woman … more
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