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Upon its conclusion, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rightly lauded the Israel Defense Forces for its brilliant work during “Operation Shield and Arrow.” The five-day … more
The most important facts about the latest violence in the Middle East were the ones that were left out of the New York Times’ sidebar explainer published in the wake of a series … more
THERE is something about the story of the eight Jews who spent more than two years hiding in the secret annex at Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam that is irresistible to readers, as well as audiences … more
In the 1980s, as the generation of Holocaust survivors began to age, the Jewish world found itself pondering some relevant questions: What would happen after the last of the survivors were gone? Who … more
For more than 20 years, the Anti-Defamation League has touted its “No Place for Hate” education as a model for how school districts can address intolerance. The program has been adopted … more
The stock of historical figures rises and falls with the changing times that follow them. That is especially true for presidents. Examples of these top leaders whose reputations have risen and fallen … more
Seen only in the context of the struggle between America’s two major political parties, the House of Representatives’ vote to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from the Foreign Relations … more
For the last 11 months, Israel has sought to signal its opposition to Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine while avoiding being dragged into a war that compromises its own security and … more
Cancel culture in academia is a serious problem. There is no sector of American society in which dissent is so routinely crushed, or where free speech is most endangered, as the country’s … more
In his initial phone conversation with new Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken conveyed two contradictory messages. As his boss, President Joe Biden, has … more
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