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That a UN official would go on the record with anti-Semitic comments ought to be enough to engender outrage and involve consequences for the person involved. But sometimes, a controversy over … more
If you’re old enough to remember the darkest days of the movement to free Soviet Jewry, the news last week that the Russian Justice Ministry has asked a court to close down the operations … more
The organized Jewish community and the religious denominations say they’re committed to two positions. On the one hand, all of them purport to be strong supporters of social justice, … more
Jewish Star, won a first place Rockower award for a piece about Jonathan Pollard, at the annual conference of the American Jewish Press Association last week at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. It … more
If, like most people, you don’t follow the world of political and literary intellectual ideas closely, then you missed it. Three years ago, a debate between two conservative writers turned … more
The decision of an American president to visit the Middle East has always been seen primarily through the lens of its impact on efforts to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. That is not the … more
For a lot of people, the phrase “cancel culture” is still a theoretical concept. They know it refers to people being punished in various ways for saying things others don’t want … more
As a Pew Research Institute study recently revealed, the overwhelming majority of Americans have little or no idea what the debate about the BDS movement is about. With 84 percent of … more
It turns out that most Americans have no idea what the controversy over the anti-Semitic BDS movement is about. That was one of the main takeaways from a new Pew Research Institute … more
The following is adapted from the keynote speech delivered by JNS Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Tobin at a gala celebrating the 40th anniversary of CAMERA — the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East … more
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