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It’s not surprising that the press had a field day following Dr. Phil’s interview last week with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Until recently, the iconic TV … more
President Joe Biden’s speech on May 7 at the US Capitol, during which he eloquently revisited Nazi Germany’s journey from racial laws discriminating against Jews to outright … more
Long ago, I was held captive in Kabul as a young bride. When I managed to get out, I understood in my bones that the West and the East are very different places. Other Americans do not … more
Antisemitic violence and intimidation continue at encampments and protests at universities across the United States. At the same time, debates on free speech, hate speech and threats … more
The UN General Assembly voted 143-9 on Friday to give the Palestinians unprecedented rights for a non-member observer state, though still did not grant Palestinians full UN membership. The … more
Seven months of an unprecedented surge in antisemitism that has turned American college campuses and even K-12 schools into hostile environments for Jews has changed a lot of … more
This is an excerpt from an article published this week in by Ira Stoll, The Algemeiner’s press-criticism columnist, headlined "Jewish Newspaper  Editor  Cancels His New … more
The United Nations now claims that “the fog of war” is to blame for a major overstatement of the number of Gazan children who have been killed in the war. In mid-March, the UN … more
A third of the way into an hour-and-a-half tour of Charleston’s Jewish historic Coming Street Cemetery on an overcast afternoon in April, Anita Rosenberg admits believing in ghosts. The … more
Anti-Israel Rep. Jamaal Bowman — a member of the left-wing congressional “Squad” — faced Westchester County executive George Latimer, his pro-Israel primary opponent, in a … more
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